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Neutral Safety Switch for 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle

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AC Delco OE replacement Neutral Safety Switch

When it comes down to picking the right brand for your electrical system's neutral safety switch, rely on AC Delco. Best fitment, efficient overall operation, and sturdy framework are the defining attributes of AC Delco's original equipment (OE) neutral safety switch. This replacement unit is exactly fashioned to resemble the primary neutral safety switch installed in your car or truck. Every single AC Delco OE Replacement Neutral Safety Switch, to be able to achieve this task, is made under precise industry standard.

Daily vehicular check-up is essential for secure or relaxing drive. Changing defective parts can help you restore driving quality and vehicle performance, save gas, or avert sudden automotive or component break down. Get AC Delco OE Replacement Neutral Safety Switch to fix your motor vehicle's electrical system to the best possible shape.

AC Delco Neutral Safety Switch, Direct Fit, Sold Individually, 1-2 Business Days
$48.40 List Price $57.11 Save $8.71 Availability: In Stock
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  • SKU#: ACD2219C
  • Replaces OE Number: 88923439
Fits the following 1969 Chevrolet Chevelle submodels:
  • 6 Cyl 3.8L | 300 Deluxe, Greenbrier, Malibu, Nomad
  • 6 Cyl 4.1L | 300 Deluxe, Greenbrier, Malibu, Nomad
  • 8 Cyl 5.0L | 300 Deluxe, Concours Estate, Concours, Greenbrier, Malibu, Nomad
  • 8 Cyl 5.7L | 300 Deluxe, Concours Estate, Concours, Greenbrier, Malibu, Nomad
  • 8 Cyl 6.5L | 300 Deluxe, Concours Estate, Concours, Greenbrier, Malibu, Nomad, SS
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"Good product. I recommend it, be sure it fits your vehical- its easy to install, i did have a problem wit the pin in it to hold it in place during installation and couldnt get in out and had to drill it- but its not a common problem- and is a good product!!!" posted by: Miller on June 11, 2008