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  • Shift Indicator Light Shield - Automatic - Repro ~ 1969 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1969 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 41366
  • Shift Indicator Light Shield - Automatic - Repro ~ 1969 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1969 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 41366
  • Shift Indicator Light Shield - Automatic - Repro ~ 1969 - 1973 Mercury Cougar - 1969 - 1973 Ford Mustang - 41366

Item #: 41366

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Price: $14.85
    Cost: 1188
    Earns: 15
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    Used to block light from escaping around shifter stem seal. Fits 1969-73 Mercury Cougar and Ford Mustang as well as 1971+ Pinto, Bobcat, Maverick, and Comet with floor shift automatic transmissions. The 90 degree notched portion straddles the set screw on the cast light housing. Most shifters (almost all) we see do not have this part in place any longer. Ford part number C9ZZ-7E130-A.

    Check out our video on rebuilding your shifter below:

    Specifications:
    Weight: 0.01 LBS (weight shown may be the dimensional weight)
    (3.67 out of 5 stars) Customer Rating based upon 3 Review(s).

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    farfais.

    Nice repro

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    Good quality and very exact repro as compared to what I could salvage from the original one

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    1.00 out of 5
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    broke as I was installing, hair too tight on shifter, wrong material original is plastic, the bend in the metal is where it broke

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