# Vibrator - 6 Volt, 4 Pin, Negative Ground

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 SKU: P-V1015N Item ID: 005624
 List Price: $36.70 Price:$33.03 You Save: \$3.67 (10%)
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New manufacture solid-state replacement 6 volt, 4 pin vibrators with a negative ground. These replace our old line of solid state vibrators. 1-½ dia. x 2-¾" high aluminum can. Replace your buffer capacitor when you replace your vibrator!

UPC/EAN: 609722156097

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3.71 out of 5 based on 7 reviews
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This will only work in your car radio, if the radio happens to have the same pin spacing as this vibrator. Pin spacing was not universal in radios. Antique Electronic Supply should supply info on the pin spacing so that you don't waste your money.

- November 7th, 2018
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- November 19th, 2017
5

They are a fairly good replacement but I do have a problem with them. It seems that they don't perform well unless the supply voltage is well over 6 volts. In a typical setup, the car's voltage will go to about 7.5 volts when it is running and charging. The vibrator works well under these conditions. However when the voltage is around 6 volts or slightly less, it doesn't seem to work.

- September 7th, 2015
1

This vibrator generates a very square waveform that doesn't match that of the original mechanical type. The result is 115hz hash that gets picked up across the dial of the radio. Yes, this one will get you going but you will quickly learn to hate the high pitch whine picked up between strong stations.

- August 25th, 2015
5

Good product well built

- May 2nd, 2015
5

The Radio in the Hudson Hornet is working again. I pilfered a really good 6V6 from it and put a Chinese one in it, but it is just an AM radio. Those old car radios were built like tanks too. Now I am pulling the preset knobs for some thorough ectro-cleaning, and some new tin plating. The rest of it is just aces! Unless it is a tube radio, I generally do NOT repair car radios. I did come by a crate of Western Electric 350Bs and 300Bs when I was offered some old motor gen set and mobile phones from a car buff. Why yes, I will take WECo tubes as payment.

- April 1st, 2015
5

Exact SS replacement for Motorola 3333 vibrator

- October 7th, 2014

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