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Mercury Quicksilver Outboard Stop Kill Switch Lanyard 87-19674a07 Oem New on 2040-parts.com

US $25.00
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Waynesville, Ohio, United States

Waynesville, Ohio, United States
Not in original package.
Brand:QUICKSILVER ITEM:OUTBOARD KILL SWITCH Manufacturer Part Number:87-19674A07

Outboard kill switch. OEM

Part no. 87-19674A07

MFG: Mercury marine.

Used on outboards only. When activated the circuit is closed and grounds the ignition.

This is a flush mount kit.

Includes:                      

  • Stop switch
  • lanyard
  • Stop switch panel mount.
  • Wire ties
  • Fasteners

Instructions are not included.

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Not in original package.

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