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Product description

1. When you using the Automotive Electronic Tailgate, the trunk can be opened simply by waving a foot under a sensor, making it enormously convenient when carrying a load of shopping.
2. Support remote control, foot induction, sound control.
3. Easy to install, lossless installation.
4. Easy to operate.
5. Size: 56 x 5cm

YINZHI Auto Replace Part Car Electric Tailgate Lift System Smart

Sep. 3, 2021

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