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Product description

OE Replacement Glass

  • Fits 1997 to 2002 Ford Expedition amp; Lincoln Navigator
  • Also fits 1997 to 2003 Ford F150/F250 LD
  • This mirror glass fits passenger side manual mirrors. Passenger Side Replacement Mirror Glass, Ford F150 Heritage 97-04, Ford F150, F250 LD, Pick-Up 97-03, Ford Expedition, Lincoln Navigator 97-02, 5 13/16" x 7 15, 16" x 8 3/8". Convex Lens. Mirror glass does not have heating capabilities. Mirror has no turn signal.
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