Titan CCR solenoid replacement/ substitute

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My buddy bought a used Titan CCR about 6 months ago and the solenoid appears to have failed completely. He's not mechanically minded so I am attempting to assist him in getting the unit back to working condition, which it had been in until the solenoid stopped functioning and the Predator computer displayed a "Solenoid" warning yesterday. I initially thought the problem was with the solenoid power supply, which is an external canister with a wet connection, but it is outputting just over 16v. The input wires for the solenoid are outputting 6v like they should when I force the computer to perform a cell calibration but due to the lack of load the computer senses it gives the solenoid warning. The solenoid doesn't click when I connect 6v directly to its two contacts.

That is what I have done thus far and my question is this-

There doesn't seem to be a direct replacement for the Clippard solenoid which is labeled CS-3522 and is a two way normally closed solenoid. Anyone have any idea where I could find one? If not, I saw that Narcedat90 sells a different style Clippard solenoid and I figured it could be plumbed into the head by tapping the metal bulkhead where the original o2 input for the solenoid is and then using HP tubing (like the rEvo 2 uses) to connect to the solenoid.

Anyone have a better solution besides telling him to sell it and find something that actually has parts availability?

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