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Ignition Coil Standard Uf-633 on

US $78.12

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Condition:New Quantity Sold:sold individually Terminal Type:Blade Terminals SKU:STI:UF-633 Other Part Number:2505-484804 Brand:Standard Mounting Location:External Manufacturer Part Number:UF-633 Connector Gender:Female Terminal Gender:Male Fitment Footnotes:Genuine Intermotor Quality; Terminal Quantity:4 Quantity Needed:1; NPS:Q Interchange Part Number:50092, CLS1177, 729 14015 800, 5C1776, 2-50092 Product Description - Short - 20:Distributorless Coil UPC:Does not apply

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