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Calterm Ford Mercury Amc Stop Tail & Turn Light Socket 8552 / Ps-52 Lot Of 12 on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
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Chicago, Illinois, United States

Chicago, Illinois, United States
Calterm Ford Mercury AMC Stop Tail & Turn Light Socket 8552 / PS-52 LOT OF 12, US $49.99, image 1
Condition:New Warranty:No Interchange Part Number:PT61 Brand:Calterm Other Part Number:PT61 Manufacturer Part Number:8552 UPC:Does not apply

Calterm Ford Mercury AMC Stop Tail & Turn Light Socket 8552 / PS-52 LOT OF 12



Manufacturer: Calterm
Stop, Tail, Turn and Tail Light Socket # 8552 ( PS-52 )
Borg Warner No: PT61

LOT OF 12

Rear tail lamp double contact assy with 3rd wire used as ground. Fits mostly Ford products from 1973.
Also fits AMC and Chrysler.
( For similar style single contact assy with ground lead use PS-51)

Uses Bulb #'s: 1034,1154,1157

Important Instructions: The Chart below provides summary information only - it will not fit all sub-models. You must look up your specific car and model using the Borg Warner Online Catalog. You should also fiscally compare the item to the one we show in the picture! If you do not do this you may order the wrong part and will have to pay for its return when it does not fit.

Application Chart for 8552 Light Socket

Borg Warner No: PT61

Make Model Year
American Motors AMX 79-78
American Motors Concord 79-78
American Motors Gremlin 78
American Motors Pacer 80-77
American Motors Spirit 79
Ford Bronco 79-78
Ford Country Sedan 74-73
Ford Courier 77-75
Ford Custom 77-75
Ford Elite 76-75
Ford Galaxie 74-73
Ford Gran Torino 76-73
Ford Granada 78
Ford LTD 77-73
Ford Pinto 80-73
Ford Ranch Wagon 74-73
Ford Thunderbird 77-75
Ford Torino 76-74
Lincoln Continental 79-77
Lincoln Mark V 79-77
Lincoln Versailles 79-77
Mercury Bobcat 79-75
Mercury Cougar 76-74
Mercury Grand Marquis 79-75
Mercury Marquis 79-73
Mercury Monarch 77-75
Mercury Montego 76-74
Plymouth Barracuda 74-73
Plymouth Fury 74-73
Plymouth Gran Fury 74-73
Plymouth Satellite 74-73

 

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