I'm looking for a good source to look up a Ford Part number. I go to a lost
freight auction and just bought a pallet of Ford ECU or ECMs They are new
with the numbers XL3F-2C018-AB ,
With Bracket XL3F-2C279-AB
and the numbers F7UF-14B129-AC as well as 3L172 are on there. Someone
told me theere was something called a "cat box " that I could enter the
numbers in , But I'm not sure what that would be?
Steve @ firstname.lastname@example.org
well you have a pallet of stuff that you cannot get rid of because you
dont know what it is??? go to a dealership, parts dept. and have some
money in your pocket and have a list of all the part numbers on the
items... have it where the clerk can just write down what veh. it is for
and make sure some money changes hands.. it will be worth it for you and
woth it for the clerk.....(of course he get the money).. remember money
talks and bull Shxt walks....
or you could go to www.napaonline.com (national autoparts web site) and
they have a search site that you can enter the original part number down
and they will look up their part replacement for you... but they might
not even handle all parts, maybe not any of the ECU or ECM's ??????
but you can give them a try.....
Oh,. forgot the ones you bought might be the ones that were enroute back
to the factory to be serviced??? could be.. remember some kids broke
into an electronics store during the night and loaded all the
merchandise that was defective and had to be returned to the factory
into the back of their car..... they lost out on two ways... they went
to jail and they only stole junk.....
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