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What type of car has the C9AE for it's part numbers? Torino, Fairlane?
I have a few of these parts and I need to find out what they are for.
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A is for Galaxy, according to Must Mthly 3/99, E defines the component to be for the engine and the remainder of the number defines what the component is (intake, heads)

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Don't get hung up on the more generic part numbers Ford only redesigned a part specific for Mustangs for examples only when the more generic C9AE part ould not work. In general your cars drivetrain should have more C9AE type of parts than C9ZZ

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Thank you for the help.
Now I'm wondering if I can use this fan shroud as a temporary until I find the correct one or just sell it and find the right one.



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