Cat Lift Trucks (& Caterpillar) C6000:
bad coil pack

my Cat C6000 serial no AT83F01381 has a bad coil does anyone know the part number thanks in advance
  • Posted 25 Oct 2016 02:46
  • Discussion started by jsanchez89
  • Illinois, United States
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mitsi part no 91h2002930 hope this helps
  • Posted 25 Oct 2016 03:11
  • Reply by alanmitsi
  • essex, United Kingdom

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