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Old 11-26-2012, 01:13 AM   #52
Drew'sFoci
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Originally Posted by Faygo Focus View Post
At least 2/3rds of the time the engineering part number and the service part number are the same. In cases where not there is a mapping of one to the other and worst case it's via a subassembly.

So your dealer is lazy. Just like Roy OBrien Ford was lazy when I called them. In fact the guy said "that doesn't even resemble a Ford part number" and was quite the... well, I am done with 9 Mile and Mack.
And if you want to stay local check out Gorno ford in woodhaven and ask for Marty Gorno! He sold me my car and is a great guy! He will go above and beyond the call! Toss him my name too!!
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