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If memory serves from when I needed a new MPS, the 037 came stock on the 73 2.0 but I'm believe it's the same thing as the 043...I got the 043 for my 73 engine and it works great.
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If memory serves from when I needed a new MPS, the 037 came stock on the 73 2.0 but I'm believe it's the same thing as the 043...I got the 043 for my 73 engine and it works great.
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Hey Brad,

Can't help with finding one, but can offer that I have never heard of problems encountered as a result of switching to the later 043 unit. My info. says Porsche switched in 73', after around 6000 engines, while at the same time eliminating the HTS 240-270 Ohm inline resistor that had been used in conjunction with the 037 unit.

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