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Duralast Gold New Starter DLG19090
  • Part # DLG19090
  • SKU # 427441
$
321
99
+$40.00 Refundable Core Deposit

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Notes: Built to 10/15/2013. Designed for maximum durability 100% new
Duralast Gold New Starter 6975N
  • Part # 6975N
  • SKU # 388939
$
149
99
+$40.00 Refundable Core Deposit

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Notes: Built from 10/16/2013. Designed for maximum durability 100% new
Duralast Remanufactured Starter 19818
  • Part # 19818
  • SKU # 337260
$
134
99
+$40.00 Refundable Core Deposit

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Notes: Premium reman
Duralast Remanufactured Starter 19090
  • Part # 19090
  • SKU # 337251
$
274
99
+$60.00 Refundable Core Deposit

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Notes: Built to 10/15/2013. Premium reman
Valucraft Remanufactured Starter 19090VC
  • Part # 19090VC
  • SKU # 218296
$
223
99
+$40.00 Refundable Core Deposit

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Notes: Built to 10/15/2013. Remanufactured unit
Bosch Starter SR4151X
  • Part # SR4151X
  • SKU # 1081585
$
264
99
Notes: Remanufactured. Built to 10/2013
Bosch Starter SR4201X
  • Part # SR4201X
  • SKU # 1082074
$
314
99
Notes: Remanufactured. Built from 11/2013
Valeo Starter 849500
  • Part # 849500
  • SKU # 789524
$
332
99
Notes: 1.2 Kw. VALEO OE.

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2014 Hyundai Sonata Starter

Reliable starting depends on a reliable 2014 Sonata starter, which begins turning the engine to kick off the 4-stroke combustion cycle. Signs that a starter is on its way out are difficult to spot until it fails outright, but sometimes the vehicle will intermittently fail to start before ceasing to start entirely. Check out these 2014 Hyundai Sonata starters and purchase an option from a brand you trust.