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Transmission overload protection switch & cable?

Does anyone know where i can find one of these?
From what i can find it isn't on all of the w126 transmissions.

Mine was leaking and i managed to rip the boot today.
From what i can tell the original part number was A1265404435 and it was replaced by A1265402613
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I called my local dealer and after getting the run around about them "...not even supposed to be talking to me about grey market vehicles. "(completely ignorant seeing as how these are past the 25 year rule) I was told that they couldn't find any in the US or Germany.

I can only find the part number in google on non US sites.
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Guess you'd better try Tom Hansen at the Classic Center in Irvine, CA.
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i'll try that next thank you.
From what i am reading the sensor / cable seems to be talked about more on the w124 and w140 chassis forums. So my 722.356 trans must be special, JOY.

the nice thing is I found out that it seems that the sensor itself must be leaking and i found the part numbers for it and the o ring it uses so i'm hoping i can get by with out needing a new cable.
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Guess you'd better try Tom Hansen at the Classic Center in Irvine, CA.
Charles at the Classic Center was able to locate it in the mother ship. It wasn't a part number that was ever ported over to the US, so he is going to figure out pricing and get back to me.

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