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Product description

Feature
Part Number 4L3Z7G360BA, 5L3Z7G360A, 8L3Z7G360A, 600-911
Replacement for Ford F-150 Lobo Lincoln Mark LT
Durable construction - made with factory-style electrical connector and weathertight seal to prevent corrosion
Quality assured - vehicle-specific application has been validation tested to ensure quality
If you are not sure that this is the right item for your car, please provide VIN number and we will check for you


This motor replacement for
2004 Ford Lobo (Mexico) Mexico Region Fits Borg Warner 4406 Transfer
2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Ford F-150
2006 2007 2008 Ford Lobo (Mexico) Mexico Region
2006 2007 2008 Lincoln Mark LT

Package Including
1 pack transfer case shift motor

labwork Transfer Case Shift Motor 7 Pin 4L3Z7G360BA 5L3Z7G360A 8

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