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Old 05-11-2009, 08:49 AM   #1
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My rt. front signal housing has been struck by stones and has cracked causing moisture to enter and fog up the lens. It appears the housing is from a 2004 Ford explorer.I removed the housing and took it to my Ford dealer, but he could'nt find a reference number on it. He estimates the cost at $70 but it can not be returned if its the wrong one as two were avaiable that year based on
production. Has anyone had this problem? and is there a Ford reference number?


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Maybe Newmar could give you the number?
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