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    Quote Originally Posted by needmorepower View Post
    Those appear to have replacement lenses in them from Nissan. The OE Ford lenses that I have seen are crystal clear whereas the replacement Nissan ones, though still made by Bosch, have a foggy appearance like those. The OE lenses that came on the Nissan vehicles were also crystal clear. For some reason it's just the replacements that are foggy.
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    As far as I know the only place you'll find a Ford logo or part number is on the wire loom. Nothing on the lens or housing except the Bosch brand.
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    Feels like an odd question but I need 2 window motors. Anywhere suggested other than just a parts store?

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    I prefer later motors from the JY - they're faster, stronger, smaller, lighter, & draw less current. The middle mounting hole is moved outward on some, but you can either slot the regulator to accept it, or just ignore it - mine work fine with 2 bolts.


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    Ford remans were still avail a couple years ago — it’s worth checking. I’ve put two of them in Ol’ Red and they’ve been going strong for 7+ years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steve83 View Post
    I prefer later motors from the JY - they're faster, stronger, smaller, lighter, & draw less current. The middle mounting hole is moved outward on some, but you can either slot the regulator to accept it, or just ignore it - mine work fine with 2 bolts.


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    What year range of truck are the motors you speak of from Steve?

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    Not necessarily trucks. I don't remember specifically, but probably Explorers, Tauruses, and other F/L/Ms from the late 90s-early naughties. Focus on the drive gear and mounting bolts, and you'll spot them. The electrical connectors aren't critical since you can snag a pigtail from the junker, or cut the wires & splice on the ones from your old motors.
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    $300..... WOW

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    That’s how much I paid for my tube bumper haha.. I could use a license plate bracket if anyone is parting ways with one.. I’m not paying $300 though lol


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    Quote Originally Posted by needmorepower View Post
    Those appear to have replacement lenses in them from Nissan. The OE Ford lenses that I have seen are crystal clear whereas the replacement Nissan ones, though still made by Bosch, have a foggy appearance like those. The OE lenses that came on the Nissan vehicles were also crystal clear. For some reason it's just the replacements that are foggy.
    Wrong-o

    Those are the real deal. The lenses have a coating on the inside that washes off with a little soap & water. And needmore is correct - the only place the Ford logo & p/n appears is on the pigtail. Entire assy is made by Bosch and just rebranded by Ford.


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    Clean 14k mile 93 for sale on eBay. But it's a dealer so they might want big $$$

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