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1994 Chevy Camaro Z28 Defogger Switch, Rear, NOS Original GM

1994 Chevy Camaro Z28   Defogger Switch, Rear, NOS Original GM


1994-1996 Rear Defogger Switch, NOS Original
Part #:
725223
Replacement for OE #: 10195564
Price:  
$72.99 ea.
 
  Alt Part #:
33-159946
  Fitment:
1994 thru 1996
See applications below for exact details.

This part fits a '1994 CHEVROLET CAMARO Z28'
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DESCRIPTION

  • New Old Stock replacement
  • Original GM Part
  • Makes Sure Your Visibility Is Not Reduced By Fogging

When your defogger switch breaks in your 1994-1996 Camaro you are at risk of losing visibility due to your windows fogging up. When you're replacing it though you want an exact replacement with an original GM part. Rick's Camaro is proud to offer this original defogger switch for your Camaro! This is a new old stock defogger switch is the perfect replacement for a 1994, 1995 or 1996 Camaro and will make sure you are riding safely. Always trust Rick's Camaro for all your restoration needs!

New old stock (NOS) Eckler’s Industries refers to NOS parts as original equipment parts offered for sale which were manufactured long ago but that have never been used. Such merchandise may be permanently out of production and tooling may no longer exist, and thus the new old stock may represent the only current source of a particular item. Although some circles consider NOS parts as having to be “era” correct or “show correct”, this assumption is not true. NOS parts could be parts that are exact to what was found at the time of production, had upgrading in tooling to accommodate other car lines such as extra mounting holes or casting ears, made on worn or rebuilt original tooling or superseded entirely to another design for safety reasons. Eckler’s considers a part NOS when it is either produced by GM or by an affiliate and/or subcontractor to GM. Examples of these companies can include, but are not limited to: AC Delco, Remy, and Delphi. NOS parts can come packaged in many ways such as era correct packing, update packaging, unpackaged entirely or simply in plastic bags. While damage to the original packaging is common, many items have been on shelves or in storage and over time may have developed some damage, such as surface rust or discoloration. This minor damage from “shelf wear” does not detract from an item being identified as NOS. Eckelrs Industries highly recommends you conduct detailed research before buying any NOS part if the part is used to duplicate an era correct application.

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