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Engine compartment question       #: 2625
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 Posted: Sun Feb 12th, 2023 01:29 am
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This will be another outside the box question. Might there be a member on here that has a 2011 2.3L possibly 4X4 that they can verify the Build tag number for me. For my conversion, I need a BL5Z-14290-D. Ford doesn't make it any more bu they do still make the BL5Z-14290-F  which is for the 2.3L. I would like to know if the loom that has the engine compartment fuse box has a build number of BL5T-14290-J4CP7. The PN wrap tag should be around the loom on the core support beside the battery.

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 Posted: Sat Feb 25th, 2023 06:37 am
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https://www.autopartsprime.com/ford/wiring-assembly/oe-da8z14290d

Seemed to be the ONLY site offering it in stock, however, once you input the truck year/mode, that could backfire.



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