This part will fit the following vehicles:
|2012 - 2012||Mazda||3||i||2.0L 4 Cylinders||Sedan|
|2012 - 2012||Mazda||3||i||2.0L 4 Cylinders||Hatchback|
Other identifiers for this part: DEPO #: 316-1140R-US3, TYC #: 20-9085-90-1.
This product fits years: 2013, 2012
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