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Im in the proces of converting everythign back to original motorcraft parts...

I found these 2 starter solenoids but dont know what the difference is...besides price. Any ideas?

Motorcraft SW3 Starter Solenoid Relay (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000C5HTIO...I1GVQA03PM9DM3)

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Motorcraft SW7663 Starter Solenoid (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KHL19CO...=IE4GQ0C2Z3ENC)

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Im in the proces of converting everythign back to original motorcraft parts...

I found these 2 starter solenoids but dont know what the difference is...besides price. Any ideas?

Motorcraft SW3 Starter Solenoid Relay (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000C5HTIO...I1GVQA03PM9DM3)

or

Motorcraft SW7663 Starter Solenoid (https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01KHL19CO...=IE4GQ0C2Z3ENC)

Thanks for your time
I don't know but wow 1-2 months .....
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Rock auto appears to claim they are the same, but does call out SW7663.

MOTORCRAFT SW7663 {#B6AZ11450B, D2AF11450AA, SW3}
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The Ford website calls for the SW7663 as well. So I will go with that one. Besides, the other one is 1-2 months out like Quader mentioned...aint nobody got time for that. Thanks for checking.
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The Standard BWD-P series stuff has always been a good product for me. A continuous duty solenoid is definetly an upgrade over the stock unit.
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