Additional filters

Filters from Mahle

Published:  13 September, 2016

MAHLE has introduced more light commercial vehicle and heavy duty components into the company's filtration range, including parts for DAF, Euro and Scania applications.

Additions include a fuel filter element for the light commercial vehicle sector, part number KX445D for the diesel Isuzu NKR 3.0 (Oct 2006 - March 2011).

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