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Volvo # 873531 Trim Sender/potentiometer Older Style on 2040-parts.com

US $189.99
Location:

North Hero, Vermont, United States

North Hero, Vermont, United States
Unused, original packing, opened to photograph only..............
Brand:Volvo Penta Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:873531

  This # supersedes to 828726 then to 82314183, I'm an old OMC Guy and know very little about Volvos but, if My hunch is right, You can use an 82314183 to replace an 873531 but, You can't use a 873531 to replace a 82314183.....?? anyway, You can make that call.....It is a brand new part, just been shelved for a while, hoping somebody out there in eBay land is looking for one.....Check out the pics and see what Ya think, I'll answer any questions I can but, like I said, I'm kinda dumb when it comes to Volvo stuff........ 

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