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New HVAC Blower Control Switch 1740007

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Product description

NEW HVAC BLOWER CONTROL SWITCH

This is a listing for a brand new replacement HVAC Blower Control Switch (HVAC Blower Control Switch)

The brand is Pit Stop Auto Group; one of the top selling quality brands in the industry.

Compatible Applications:

    Interchange:

    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Climatech: "BA10050"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Four Seasons: "20016"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Four Seasons: "35718"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Global Parts Distributors: "1711241"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Kysor: "2114002"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for NAPA: "901241"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for NAPA: "TEM901241"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Omega: "2921902"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Omega: "MT1365"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Santech: "MT1365"
    • Pit Stop Auto Group Compatible with/Replacement for Visteon: "300006"

    Technical Specifications:

    • MFR Note: SW INDEP SEL 4POS SPR

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