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75-76 Cadillac Ecu 500 Engine Computer Module Bendix 1608339 California Working on 2040-parts.com

US $799.99
Location:

Holiday, Florida, United States

Holiday, Florida, United States
Condition:For parts or not working Brand:BENDIX Manufacturer Part Number:1618498

THIS LISTING IS FOR ONE (1) 1976 Cadillac "ECU" ENGINE COMPUTER MODULE Bendix 1608839 ECM for 500ci Cadillac Eldorado Engines that are seeking the PERIOD CORRECT  CALIFORNIA EDITION SPECIFIC "ECU". NOTE THE 160 8839 IS THE PERIOD CORRECT CALIFORNIA SPECIFIC EDITION. THIS UNIT IS AN UNMOLESTED ORIGINAL VINTAGE UNIT WITH THE ORIGINAL LABEL AND HAS BEEN BENCH TESTED AND VALIDATED AS FUNCTIONAL.

THIS UNIT HAS BEEN CLEANED - BENCH TESTED FOR FAULT ANOMALIES and/or other DEFECTS - and is VALIDATED AS FULLY FUNCTIONAL and NOW CERTIFIED for RE-USE AS A WORKING UNIT.

LOCALS ---> BRING YOUR FUEL INJECTION ELDORADO TO ME AND I WILL INSTALL THIS UNIT FOR YOU FOR FREE AND WE CAN TUNE YOUR ENGINE AT NO CHARGE.

OUT-OF-TOWN BUYERS ---> THERE IS NO WARRANTY OFFERED EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED ON ELECTRICAL ITEMS THAT ARE SHIPPED. ALTHOUGH THIS UNIT IS FULLY TESTED FOR FUNCTIONALALY VALIDATED UNIT THERE IS NO WARRANTY PROVIDED IF THE ITEM IF SHIPPED THEREFORE BUYER SHOULD PURCHASE EXTRA SHIPPING INSURANCE.

NOTE: THERE IS A $300 CORE CHARGE - CORE CHARGE CAN BE PAID UPFRONT AND THE UNIT SHIPPED TO YOU AND THE $300 CORE CHARGE REFUNDED WHEN YOU RETURN YOUR ORIGINAL OLD UNIT.

I ALSO HAVE THE 1608822 FEDERAL EDITION AS AN ORIGINAL RESTORED 1975-76 CADILLAC ELDORADO UNIT THAT IS TESTED AND WORKING .,.. PLEASE SEE --> "Seller's Other Listings" or contact me for information on the 75-76 California Eldorado ECU / ECM models for the 500cui engine.

I ALSO HAVE THE 1979 Cadillac ELDORADO ECU / ECM Engine Computer Module from Bendix.,.. PLEASE SEE --> "Seller's Other Listings" or contact me for information on the 79 Eldorado ECU / ECM models for the 350cui engine.

THIS LISTING IS ONLY FOR ONE (1) 1608839 CA EDITION ECU / ECM Engine Computer Module Manufactured by Bendix for GM as shown in Photo 1.

ALL OTHER PHOTOS ARE FOR REFERENCE ONLY  - if you have any questions feel free to call 727-364-7523

I HAVE MANY OTHER FUEL INJECTION ITEMS AND ECUs

160 8822  75/6 C Cal/E Fed     remf 500
160 8839 CA Edition 500

160 8824  76 K Fed       remf 350
161 8498  79 E Fed       orig 350

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