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Corvette Efe Valve Actuator Assembly - 1975-79 - Original Restored on 2040-parts.com

US $150.00
Location:

Moyock, North Carolina, United States

Moyock, North Carolina, United States
part has been disassembled, cleaned, painted, and reassembled. Tested for operation
Brand:gm Manufacturer Part Number:1996577, 1996532

1975-79 heat riser actuator - original that has been reconditioned and tested.  Good diaphragm, good clip.

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