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I have a boat load of misc. new ford parts and gaskets. Is there a web site where I can cross refrence the part numbers to see exactly what they fit? Thanks for any help
 

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I dont know about a site ,but in the past I have called the local Ford dealers parts department and gave them part numbers and they were able to tell me what they were in a few seconds.
 

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Use a search engine to find some of the "ford part decoders" and you can essentially figure most out by yourself just to start. As an example, a Ford part number might look like this:

F4ZZ-5500-CA.

The F4ZZ signifies the 90's, 1994 specifically, Mustang, and service replacement...

F=1990's (E=1980's, D=1970's, etc.)
4= year in decade, i.e., 1994
Z= Mustang
Z= Service replacement

The "5500" is the base number, in this case it is for rear suspension, specifically control arms. The last part just signifies the engineering changes. It's actually pretty simple once you get in to it!
 
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