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30 Day Returns/Refund Policy: Any purchase from MotorCityRemotes.com can be returned for a refund or exchange within 30 days from date-of-delivery providing the component is in the exact condition as received (sorry, no reimbursements on shipping rates). A 10% vehicle specific set-up labor fee will be deducted from all vehicle specific ready systems. Please contact a MotorCityRemotes.com representative to obtain a Return Merchandise Authorization number (RMA) M-F: 9am-8pm ET Toll-Free at 1-866-244-8004. Refunds are processed within 7-10 days from the day the return is received.
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