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Old 03-24-2012, 07:16 PM
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What is the part number for the panel that covers the gap between the radiator and the grill. It's the black plastic piece that usually has the belt routing diagram. I didn't take mine off while doing some work and managed to destroy it.
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Old 03-25-2012, 01:46 PM
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OK I took the part off and it has two numbers, neither of which pull up anything on tousley. Does that mean the part is no longer available?
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No, it should be available what are the numbers, try a local junk yard?
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4C34-8326-AA AND -BB, also the code N377A is on the part. It's the, don;t quote me on this, upper radiator deflector. Some people, I think, refer to it as the vanity cover that sits over the gap between the grill and the radiator along the front clip. it's plastic molded and snaps in around the hood catch with plastic push clips.
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4C34-8326-AA AND -BB, also the code N377A is on the part. It's the, don;t quote me on this, upper radiator deflector. Some people, I think, refer to it as the vanity cover that sits over the gap between the grill and the radiator along the front clip. it's plastic molded and snaps in around the hood catch with plastic push clips.
yeah i know what your talking about i bet if you called tousley they could find it, i would try to find one off a wrech or something Ford probably wants too much, you never know with tousley
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Are you talking about the header panel?
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Hes refering to the panel that has the belt routing and AC specs sticker on it under the hood in front of the radiator
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The piece that holds the headlights in or that like rubber flap thats held on with those snaps?
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the rubberish piece not the header panel
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