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Cadillac, Gm, 1964-76 Detent Solenoid #8623788, #1993620 Nos on

US $50.00

Cantril, Iowa, United States

Cantril, Iowa, United States
Condition:New Brand:GM Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:#8623788, #1993620

This is a factory original part in factory original packaging, this fits all General Motors cars with a turbo 400 1964 to 1976. Gm changed the style of this in later models they are physically different, do not use them in your older transmissions. All replacements they sell are the newer ones not made in this country. Look at the difference yourself. #8623788 and #1993620 are identical, just a different number, the item for sale is the original part number. The insulation is split where it goes into the housing. Thanks for looking. 

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