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Peterbilt Electrical Toggle Switches 348 349 362 359 379 377 378 16-03399 05679 on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Los Angeles, California, United States

Los Angeles, California, United States
Good used take offs.File photos.
Brand:cole hersee Warranty:No Manufacturer Part Number:16-03399 05679 Type:toggle switch

From a 1990s Peterbilt 379 that was parted out.We have a set of used electrical toggle switches.These are on/off with two blades in the back.These sell for about $35 each at the dealer.We do have any kind of these toggle switches for Peterbilt.These are file pictures actual items will be the same.May be used many different model trucks and vehicles.Check out our other Peterbilt parts auctions.

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