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      The new numbers cover some of the most popular applications on the road today, including the Audi A3, Chevrolet Tahoe, Ford Bronco, Jeep Compass, Mazda 3, Mercedes Benz E350, Nissan Sentra and more, according to the company.
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      I am looking for a new windscreen washer pump, the same type in the images. The ones I am seeing for my car (2013 Hyundai i20) seem to also have 3 connectors but not in the straight line as the broken pump that I currently have. The code on the pump also seems to provide no clues online.
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