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    FS: various switches and electrical parts

    To my knowledge all of these parts came from a 72 and 73. Cannot vouch for whether they work (although the 72 parts should as they were from a former driver of mine). Can test parts if you tell me how.

    I tried to find comp prices for all of these, but frankly it became tedious and I got bored and made my best guess on some.

    Bosch ballast resistor for tach p/n 0227990001: $120 shipped in conUS
    (Tested OK per moito thread A-B 191 ohms, B-C 446 ohms, C-A 256 ohms)
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    Pair of 2-stage defrost relays: $40 for both shipped in conUS
    (One looks like the female plastic connector saw some heat, which is why I’m selling these together)
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    Bosch voltage regulators:
    0 190 600 010: $45 shipped in conUS
    0 190 601 006: $45 shipped in conUS
    Condenser for one of the above: $5 additional w/ purchase of one of the VRs
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    Bosch speed switches:
    0 333 400 001 (opened previously): $65 shipped in conUS
    0 336 611 006: $75 shipped in conUS
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    Continued...

    Headlight switch 911.613.029.01: $200 shipped in conUS
    (New rubber, plastic cap not perfect, but wiring is lovely)
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    Two switches (Defog/fog?) 901.613.045.00: $125/ea shipped in conUS--the one w/ wires SOLD; 1 left
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    Lighter 901.652.102.01: $150 shipped in conUS
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    Last edited by 911scfanatic; 03-06-2018 at 04:05 PM.
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    ...and some fuse blocks

    Prices for fuse blocks are shipped in conUS.

    Remember these are used so you should take your time freeing up screws from terminals, but they should clean up fine. I was careless, which is how I chipped one of the bases when the screw was frozen which chipped the base as the terminal started to rotate.

    Two 8-pole fuse blocks
    P/n 911.612.087.00
    Both covers are good, but one block has the base chipped at the #8 terminal
    $45 for unchipped base & cover--SOLD
    $35 for chipped base & cover

    Two 10-pole fuse blocks, but only one cover (add $10 for cover to whichever one you choose below)
    P/n 911.612.087.00 $35
    P/n 911.612.085.00 $35

    One 3-pole fuse block w/o cover: free to anyone buying any of the above parts

    Pair of new, unused Sierra Madge fuse blocks:
    644.612.802.00 (2-pole)
    901.612.801.20 (12-pole)
    $30

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    MP sent for the Lighter 901.652.102.01
    Thanks

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    Will take the:

    8-pole fuse block
    P/n 911.612.087.00
    $45 for unchipped base & cover

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    PMs replied to; will ship Thursday.
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