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Santech A/C Switch MT0374Shop All Santech
Part # MT0374
SKU # 58201
Price Not Available
Duralast makes products that are designed and tested to match the standards of original equipment. They are easy to install and provide trouble-free operation, high performance, and long-lasting durability. The A/C Pressure Switch keeps track of the air conditioning system's pressure, helping to control the compressor, fans, and system levels efficiently. If it doesn't function properly, the system's performance will suffer, and vital components will be left unprotected, leading to excessive wear and damage.
- This product is created using top-quality materials and advanced electronic components, and undergoes strict quality controls during manufacturing. It is designed to meet or even surpass the performance of the original equipment (OE).
- This product is designed to fit directly into your vehicle, matching the same specifications as the original equipment (OE). This ensures an easy and trouble-free installation, with no need for modifications.
- Before the A/C Pressure Switch is packaged, it goes through rigorous testing using high-tech equipment. The switch is pressurized to make sure it works correctly and is calibrated properly.
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