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Arrow 40-1021 Remanufactured Starter Solenoid Free Shipping! Similar To Ss-200 on

US $9.99

Saint Cloud, Minnesota, United States

Saint Cloud, Minnesota, United States
Got water damaged, rust, corrosion and grime. See Pics.
Brand:ARROW Warranty:No Warranty Manufacturer Part Number:40-1021 Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

I made sure the nuts are loose on the threads and the contact inside the solenoid moves freely. Sold As-Is untested.

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