Mopar Parts Book NS Codes

Most Moparheads know that the dreaded term "NS1" means a part is no longer available from the dealer. Once in a while, you may run across other "NS" codes and wonder what they mean.
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Wonder no more. According to "Mopar Parts Price List", June 17, 1963:


CODE SYMBOLS NS1 NS2 NS3 NS7©maxwedge.com 
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Part numbers coded "NS1, NS2, NS3 or NS7" have been©maxwedge.com 
discontinued for service.  Substitutions for these©maxwedge.com 
parts are not available.  Generally, these parts are©maxwedge.com 
listed for past models for which there are no longer©maxwedge.com 
a demand.  (The numerals 1, 2, 3, 7 following the NS©maxwedge.com 
code are factory codes and have no significant meaning©maxwedge.com 
for field use.)©maxwedge.com 
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CODE SUMBOLS [sic] NS4 NS6©maxwedge.com 
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Part numbers coded NS4 and/or NS6 have been discontinued to service the assembly or©maxwedge.com 
service package respectively.  These parts should be respecified, using the last edition©maxwedge.com 
of the Parts Catalog to determine the proper assembly or service package number required©maxwedge.com 
to service the vehicle.©maxwedge.com 
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CODE SYMBOL NS5©maxwedge.com 
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Part numbers coded NS5 apply to assemblies and packages which have been discontinued to©maxwedge.com 
service the component parts.  These parts should be respecified, using the last edition©maxwedge.com 
of the Parts Catalog to determine the availability of component parts required to service©maxwedge.com 
the vehicle.©maxwedge.com 

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