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Locksmart Ignition Switch LA10389Shop All Locksmart
Part # LA10389
SKU # 468632
Price Not Available
Estimated delivery Mar. 5
|Lock, ACC, ON, Start
|Female, Male, Female / 3 Pin Male, 4 Pin Male, 6 Blade Male
|Black, / Cast Iron, Plastic
Each ignition switch is a direct-fit replacement electrically operated switch that replaces damaged OE units restoring ignition function. Each ignition switch is tested to verify both mechanical and electrical switching performance. Robust design and high grade materials meet the stringent demands of today's service professional. All of our switches are made to OE spec to ensure proper fit, form and function.
- Every ignition lock cylinder is precisely constructed from the highest grade materials for longer durability and resistance. this part is also a safety attribute since it does not accept any key which is not loaded with the appropriate R-code
- All of our ignition lock cylinders are 100% tested for proper fit, form and function
- Every ignition lock cylinder is a direct-fit replacement cylinder that replaces damaged OE units ensuring an effective start of the engine energy supply
- All of our ignition lock cylinders are carefully engineered following all OE specifications, in order to meet the service professionals' needs and demands
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