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    '77 Volare Choke resistor/transistor?

    My mechanic has found that to make the choke kick down, there is a resistor?????? that keeps the spring from overheating.
    It is part # 4049799 OR 3755770.
    Can anyone give me a lead on finding 1 ?
    Many thanx

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    I may have one but I will need to check. I had a couple of NOS ones around here somewhere.

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    That would be great Sir.
    Many thanx

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    here is the one I have. i`m not sure what years it fits. these things seem to always supersede mulltiple times. the part number is 4111634
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    Here's what's off the car, but, the mech said a different one/style could also work.
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    Cool, I will show your pic to my mech.
    many, many thanx
    Trapper John

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    Found this on ebay. crazy price though http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mopar-NOS-19...-/222325943723

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    All depends on how much you need a hard to find part as to how crazy the price. I've learned that the hard way. Looking for a part and then find one but the price is way high (or so I think) so I pass,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and never see another one for sale again.
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    All depends on how much you need a hard to find part as to how crazy the price. I've learned that the hard way. Looking for a part and then find one but the price is way high (or so I think) so I pass,,,,,,,,,,,,,,and never see another one for sale again.
    I agree on certain things but i don`t think a choke control falls in that category. $75 yikes!

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