Coil/Ignitor 6-231 Fits 91-05 PARK AVENUE

Interchange Part Number 610-02764 is a used ignition coil for the Buick Park Avenue.

Item #: PR-126397074896
Ships From: Grand Rapids, Minnesota, US
Powered by

Our site may earn a commission when you click on links to various merchants and make a purchase.

Buick Part No: 610-02764

This is a used genuine OEM part from a 2002 Buick Park Ave with VIN number 1G4CW54K724156659.

Interchange Part Number: 610-02764

Genuine OEM Part: Yes

Important Vehicle Attributes: 3.8L,(6-231, 3.8L), W/O SUPERCHARGE

Mileage: 195000

The 90 day period starts when you take possession of the part. No labor warranty is provided.

In the event a part sold with a warranty fails to operate within the warranty period we will replace the part(s) with a functionally equivalent part or refund the part purchase price, at our option.

Original shipping charge

Please include the RMA number.


Chuck's Auto Salvage ships standard parcels to US addresses within the 48 states via USPS or UPS ground.

Freight items are shipped via freightline and require a commercial address.

Pick-up at our facilities is available. Please message us prior to your purchase to arrange pick-up.

Items will be shipped within 1-2 days of purchase.

Please allow up to 10 days for delivery. Most areas in the US are within 5 days.

If you have a question about a part please contact us BEFORE purchasing. We try to answer all messages within 24 hours.

If we are unable to answer your questions before the listing ends the item will be re-listed again soon for you to purchase.

Core Charge. Core is an acronym for 'Cash On Return'. A core charge is sometimes applied to rebuildable parts such as engines or alternators that can be redeemed for a portion of their original price. If the part you are purchasing has a core charge applied, it will be noted in the description.

Parts Grading. A standard code system is used to communicate the condition and quality of a part between automotive recyclers, automotive repair shops, and insurers. Knowing how these codes are used will help you understand whether the part meets your expectations before you buy it and what you can expect from the part when you receive it.

A Grade- The highest quality part. It is of low miles and/or exceptional condition for its age.B Grade- The second level quality part. It is of average miles and normal condition for its age.C Grade- The third level quality part. It has high miles and/or light damage.No Grade - A part that has not yet been graded.

Part Category. A category is a way of classifying a part in inventory. The category appears as a one-letter abbreviation under Part Detail. A category is a way to identify a part by location or condition, and helps to indicate whether a part needs to be pulled and prepped before shipping.

Standard Part Categories include:

Part Category**Description**DefinitionUUnboltedUsed part, loose and unbolted from vehicle.YYardUsed part, still on vehicle.NNewPart manufactured from scratch.RRebuiltUsed part that is rebuilt or reconditioned.SSurplusUsed part for which too many are available.

Part Color Definitions

Amber    AMB            Burgundy    BRG            RedREDBeigeBEIGoldGLDSilverSILBlackBLKGrayGRYTanTANBlueBLUGreenGRNTealTEABronzeBRZMaroonMRNWhiteWHTBrownBRNPurplePURYellowYEL

Returns Accepted: Yes

Item must be returned within: 60 calendar days

Return shipping will be paid by: SELLER