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Old 01-13-2014, 03:25 PM   #11
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My 04 fx4 has one ... its acting up at 105,000 miles but i bought a fix kit from sunroof doctor.com ..
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www.ford.com should know.

To note, I've got one on my '11 FX4 Screw and no complaints. No leaks and its exposed in temps. ranging from -60c to +40c.
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I have an 08 FX4 and it has a sunroof. When I was buying mine they had another one without so it's hit and miss. I think it's an option on king ranch, lariat, fx4 and fx2. I doubt any of the lower standard models. But aftermarket sunroofs are always an option
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