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PRODUCT SPECIFICATION:

  • Superheat: 3.5
  • Tonnage: 1
  • Part type: A/C Expansion Valve
  • Interchange 1: 15266666;1550447;180447;180447GM;217241;3131096;3411477;39241
  • Max operating pressure: 0.55�0.035
  • Interchange 2: 59529;T39241;TEM217241;
  • Replacement A/C Expansion Valve - Fits 15266666 Lucerne DTS

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