Sierra Ignition Switch Mp51020 Electrical Ignition Switches Boat Marine Part on 2040-parts.com
Folsom, Louisiana, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:MP51020
Sierra Ignition Switch MP51020 Electrical Ignition Switches Boat Marine Part. The MP51020 is not push to choke. The push to choke switch is a MP51040 . These two are made for control box applications. Exact
OEM replacements installation for Yamaha outboards. Ideal for use with
DFI, EFI and MPI engine packages. A rubber molded key combines OEM
appearance and feel with a solid, secure grip in all conditions - even
when wearing gloves. MP51030 and MP51050 are for dual engine
applications.For: 2 & 4 Stroke (control box)OEM #: 703-82510-12-00. We are a full service repair shop with many new and used parts. Feel free to contact us if you don't see what you need or have any questions about your motor.
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