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Old 06-19-2008, 09:40 PM   #1
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My sliding rear window lock fell out the window and on to the freeway, so I need to find a new one... anybody know where to find the lock and trim pieces?
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any parts store.
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I don't think you will find the lock and trim anywhere, except maybe the junkyard. They don't sell pieces to the rear sliding window, just the whole thing. I'm trying to make the lock from a chevy work on mine, it was free.
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i found one at autozone and advance auto parts.
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i found one at autozone and advance auto parts.
I guess I will have to open my eyes a little wider next time I'm in there.
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i found one at autozone and advance auto parts.

Can you link the part? Because I don't see anything on there web page.
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i dont know about their website, but thats where i got mine from was advance auto parts. i went and said "hey, i need this" and they hooked me up. now wasnt a ford part, it was universal, but it bolted right up and worked great.
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a little late auto zone part #76993

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My sliding rear window lock fell out the window and on to the freeway, so I need to find a new one... anybody know where to find the lock and trim pieces?

the dealer here in SD still stocks them...I bet you can order the latch from your local dealer...but they kill you with the price!!!
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