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Old 08-12-2014, 06:23 PM
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I have a 1997 Ford F150 XLT Extended Cab. It has the 6.5 ft bed. I need the OEM part number for the Left side bed cap with the Stake Holes. I have the Right Side Part Number (XL3Z-99291A40-BAA ) I need the Left one. Thanks so much for your help!
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Old 08-12-2014, 06:25 PM
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I also need the part number for the 1997 Ford F150 XLT (6.5 ft bed) Tailgate cap. Thanks
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Old 08-12-2014, 06:34 PM
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I have a 1997 Ford F150 XLT Extended Cab. It has the 6.5 ft bed. I need the OEM part number for the Left side bed cap with the Stake Holes.

I have the Right Side Part Number (XL3Z-99291A40-BAA ) I need the Left one.
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XL3Z-99291A41-BAA (replaced F65Z-99291A41-BAA) .. Moulding-Body Side Outer Upper-Left with 6.5' bed / Available from Ford

MSRP: $114.50 / FTE Ford dealer parts dept sponsor: silverstatefordparts.com online price: $79.01 (Gaudin Ford ~ Las Vegas NV).
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XL3Z-99291A41-BAA (replaced F65Z-99291A41-BAA) .. Moulding-Body Side Outer Upper-Left with 6.5' bed / Available from Ford

MSRP: $114.50 / FTE Ford dealer parts dept sponsor: silverstatefordparts.com online price: $79.01 (Gaudin Ford ~ Las Vegas NV).

I found the left side online just like you mentioned. Thanks So Much!

If I may ask, can I please have the part number for the tailgate cap as well?

Thanks again!

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I found the left side online just like you mentioned. Thanks So Much!

If I may ask, can I please have the part number for the tailgate cap as well?

Thanks again!

Sam
I found the part number for the Tailgate Cap. (XL3Z9940602AAA ) They had it in stock as well.

Thanks So Much for All Your Help!

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Old 08-14-2014, 08:43 PM
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F600 vin decode F60L7K14988

Hello - Hope I'm posting this in the correct area.

I have a fire truck, F600 with a vin F60L7K14988

Can you break this down for me? - Thanks Ed
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Hello - Hope I'm posting this in the correct area.

I have a fire truck, F600 VIN: F60L7K14988
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F60 = F600 (gas).

L = 534 4V

7 = No such assembly plant code, has to be a letter.

K14988 = 1971.
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I have a 1983 Ford C-8000 with the Alison a/t. My temperature sensor sender went bad and I need to replace it. Do you have any idea what ford part number this would be?
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quick question, I found what appears to be a COE/big-job, 1956. But I am not sure, any specifics that I should look for? I have pictures, if someone could post them for me, rather than photobucket.
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quick question, I found what appears to be a COE/big-job, 1956. But I am not sure, any specifics that I should look for? I have pictures, if someone could post them for me, rather than photobucket.
COE (Cab Over Engine) aka Cab Forward.
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I have a 1983 Ford C-8000 with the Alison a/t. My temperature sensor sender went bad and I need to replace it. Do you have any idea what ford part number this would be?
Water temperature sending unit? What size is the engine?
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Water temperature sending unit? What size is the engine?
I guess I should have said transmission temp sending sensor. Here is a picture. Cat 3208 non turbo engine. I believe it's the Alison MT653 automatic transmission.

It has "AIRPAX 8315" and "300 14-65" printed on it.Click the image to open in full size.
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I need additional info: The 8th digit of the VIN and the TRANS code printed on the Certification Label.

Here's the pic. The switch is basic part number 10B921 (shown at lower right) .. but there are two different types.
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Hi. I have an 84 F250 I am trying to put back on the road. The VIN is : 2FTEF26F3ECA99201. I tried contacting Ford and they tell me that this is not a valid VIN. It is on all the documents and appears to match the dash plate, but that has a bunch of junk on it that I can't get to yet, so it may be that the 0 is actually a 6. Any help or info is greatly appreciated. I admit that I have already gotten a bunch of good advice here. Thanks
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Hi. I have an 84 F250 I am trying to put back on the road. VIN: 2FTEF26F3ECA99201.

I tried contacting Ford and they tell me that this is not a valid VIN.
Uh huh... It is valid, the IDIOT you spoke with at FoMoCo doesn't have a clue!
2FT = Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited, Ford Truck .. Complete Vehicle.

E = Class E, Hydraulic Brakes, 6,701-7,000 lbs. Gross Vehicle Weight Rating.

F26 = F250 4WD Pickup.

F = 5.0L 2V (302) V8 engine.

3 = Check Digit, FoMoCo usage only.

E = 1984.

C = Oakville Ontario Canada Truck Assembly Plant.

A99201 = 1984 Numerical Sequence of Assembly, the trucks specific serial number.

Just because it was assembled in Canada...doesn't mean it was sold new there. Look on the Certification Label for the DSO code, post what it is.

DSO will decode to the Ford District Sales Office in the city/state (or providence) the truck was ordered from. DSO examples: 13 = NYC, 16 = Philly, 17 = WA D.C.
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