New Ignition Coil Sea Doo P/n 278000383 278001130 on 2040-parts.com
Loveland, Ohio, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted
Refund will be given as:Money back or exchange (buyer's choice)
Item must be returned within:14 Days
Return policy details:Refer to details in the part description
Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer
Part Brand:Sea Doo
Assemblies where 278000383 is used
- 1996 Challenger, 5896 - Electrical Box
- 1996 Challenger, 5899 - Electrical Box
- 1996 GSX, 5620 - Rear Electrical Box
- 1996 GTX, 5640 - Electrical Box And Battery
- 1996 XP, 5858 - Electrical Box
- 1996 XP, 5859 - Electrical Box
- 1997 CHALLENGER, 5603/5606 - Electrical Box
- 1997 GSX, 5624 - Rear Electrical Box
- 1997 GTX, 5642 - Rear Electrical Box
- 1997 SPX, 5834-5661 - Rear Electrical Box (SPX)
- 1998 GTX Limited, 5837/5842 - Rear Electrical Box
- 1998 SPX, 5838/5839 - Rear Electrical Box
- 1999 SPX, 5636/5828 - Rear Electrical Box
- 2001 GTI, 5522/5523 - Rear Electrical Box
- 2001 GTS, 5520/5521 - Rear Electrical Box
- 2002 GTI LE, 5560/5561/6117 - Rear Electrical Box
- 2002 GTI, 5558/5559/6116 - Rear Electrical Box
- 2003 GTI - Rear Electrical Box
- 2003 GTI LE - Rear Electrical Box
- 2004 GTI - Rear Electrical Box
- 2004 GTI LE - Rear Electrical Box
- 2005 GTI - Rear Electrical Box
Note- Part is used on multiple years and models and OEM number may be superseded by a newer model. Contact OEM for specifics.
"Time for Fun Sales and Service" is a full service PWC and boat repair and resale shop located in the Cincinnati, Oh. area. We do offer machine shop services for those more in-depth repair issues. Call us at 513,614,3587 for more details.
All parts are inspected by a professional technician and deemed to be in satisfactory condition upon time of shipment. These parts are always offered as "used" unless clearly stated in the part description. As such, there is no guarantee or warranty offered or implied. Parts received damaged or proven to be in non-working order will either be replaced or the purchase price, less shipping cost, refunded. All returns must bear the "Time for Fun" security tag affixed to the defective part. The buyer is responsible for all return shipping costs.
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