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1993-1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Parking / Signal Light Passenger Side (OEM #56005098)

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 Notes Grand Cherokee; Park/signal Assy; W/3 Connectors; To 12/25/96; Below Hdlamp
 PartsLink #  CH2521120
 Reference #  17140
 Replacement OEM #  56005098
 Side  Right (Passenger)
 Other Supplier Part #s Eagle Eyes #: CS026-U000R
DEPO #: 333-1610R-USD
»  Each product conforms to US Motor Vehicle Safety Standards
»  All products are brand new, NOT used or refurbished
»  Packaging is secure to prevent shipping damage
»  As good as or better than the original OEM part
»  Easy to install - just bolt it right on
»  DOT/SAE Certified




This product fits years: 93 1993, 94 1994, 95 1995, 96 1996, 97 1997
Danielle Lynch
Danielle Lynch

My passenger side headlight was cracked so I had to find a new one ASAP. After searching for the part online I came across Go-Parts.com. Not only did I get the best price I could find, but the headlight arrived IMMEDIATELY so I was able to install right away. I was very impressed, and will definitely go with choosing Go-Parts as my #1 choice for auto parts. THANKS!

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In the late 1980s, Ford was rumored to be working on a new SUV design. AMC, who owned Jeep during the early and mid-1980s, had been working on a design that expanded its popular Cherokee model. And, when Chrysler took over years later, they completed the task. The announcement of the Grand Cherokee's release coincided with that of the Ford Explorer, sparking a sales battle that continues to rage today.

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