The part arrived today (Tuesday).
If it is not identical to the original, it will require a digital caliper and/or an ohm meter in a side-by side comparision to see the difference. (it will get both)
The cover for the adjustment screw is not included; guess I will use chewing gum. (joking)
The credit goes to pesuazo; he provided the pic with the updated part number, as well as the link to the site to translate Cryllic, where we saw that the Russians were selling this part as a potentiometer.
I will check the resistance after installing the housing, but I suspect it is pointless to adjust until after I reassemble the system and verify the adjustment of the sensor plate, since it mechanically controlls the position of the wiper arm.
Does this sound right?