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Part Number for the RCM Cover ?

I have read where people are asking about the RCM Cover part number for the Fx$ LvlII 5-sp/Manual T/C but I have not seem any numbers.

Does ANYONE have a part number for the RCM Cover on a 2002-03 FX4 Lvl II ?

Thanks…

I am just about ready to take my RCM Cover/Shifter Bezel/Cup Holder and mod it but thought I would ask one more time.

Can someone with an FX4 Lvl II or Off Road that has the small RCM Cover (5-sp/Manual T/C) pull there cover and get a part number or some numbers from it ?

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Ain’t no one got dis numbar ?

FX4wannbe01,
How about taking a look at your Cover and see if there are numbers ?
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I need one too. The parts guy at my local Ford dealer is very good and he spent a half hour trying to find it. Many of the Level II specialty pieces are not well documented (to say the least!). Any number inside the part could be helpful. Even if it is the "engineering" part number, it should be possible to cross reference that to the final parts system number.

At this point, our only hope is that Shane or someone else with an 02/03 manual/manual can pull the RCM cover and check it.
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That what I am running into.
Parts Guy is using a lot of time attempting to run down the numbers without success.
He asked me if I had any numbers, NOT, but I said I would ask around.
One guy after I explained it gave me some number, they were for the FX4Bezel, and boots I think; I looked then up and could get the Bezel for $80 but that was it nothing else pulled up.

So again, anyone with a RCM Cover that does not have Cup Holders and is not part of the Shifter Bezel, PLEASE take a minute and check out the underside of this piece and see if there are any number there.

THANKS.

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I saw a picture of one that a guy made, not too bad and FX4wannabe01 suggested mod’g what I have, both good ideas and I will attempt either or both after I decide I can’t get the one I really want.
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I'll grab 'em and write down some numbers here shortly.
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Thanks to all for anything you can do.

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Bob's old one:

-on a sticker underneeth: 3L54-13130B24-AAW
-underneeth said sticker: 2L54-13130B24-ABW (the "B" in ABW looks like it used to be an "A"...the B is way more defined)

Both of them that I have have the same stampings under the same sticker....all the same numbers. I know both came from '03 twin stick trucks. And for what it's worth, my Ford parts manager friend tried to find me all the LII parts about this time last year and the RCM cover was the only part unfindable in the books. Everything else was supposedly at the Wisconson NOS warehouse at a pretty expensive, even on hook-up price, rate.



Hey Mr. Rwenzinger....recognize any of these?





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Bob's old one:

-on a sticker underneeth: 3L54-13130B24-AAW
-underneeth said sticker: 2L54-13130B24-ABW (the "B" in ABW looks like it used to be an "A"...the B is way more defined)

Both of them that I have have the same stampings under the same sticker....all the same numbers. I know both came from '03 twin stick trucks. And for what it's worth, my Ford parts manager friend tried to find me all the LII parts about this time last year and the RCM cover was the only part unfindable in the books. Everything else was supposedly at the Wisconson NOS warehouse at a pretty expensive, even on hook-up price, rate.
Thanks Shane!! I'll check with my dealer for a possible cross reference.


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Hey Mr. Rwenzinger....recognize any of these?
The modded one looks very familiar.
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Can’t say it enough, “U da Man”.
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What can I say? I like the role reversal there! Me helping Bob. HAHAHAHA. Love ya Bob! lol.


Not a problem at all guys. I figure out of all the twin stickers out there, I'm the one who's not twin stick anymore and have these laying around obviously collecting dust(and no not for sale. HAHA!).
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IF they are collecting dust, AND if you want to be a good RF Guy… you would sell me one of them.
Reasonably that is.
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Ran the numbers by my parts guy at the Ford Stealership and it’s a no-go on the numbers.
He can’t even locate the cover using the truck year/model.

Thanks for the trouble Shane and remember me if you decide to get rid of that dirty one… LoL.
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I can bet my bank account, Shane won't even think about selling one of them. Lol

He likes to collect his level 2 parts... Just like his 2 sets of l2 hooks! Trust me, I tried to get him to give one up to me... Didn't happen. lol
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Ran the numbers by my parts guy at the Ford Stealership and it’s a no-go on the numbers.
Those are engineering part numbers and they will not come up in a regular parts system search. The local parts guy here is going to run the pictures and numbers by a Ford parts analyst to see what they can find. It might take a few days but if it's out there, we'll find it.
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Those are engineering part numbers and they will not come up in a regular parts system search. The local parts guy here is going to run the pictures and numbers by a Ford parts analyst to see what they can find. It might take a few days but if it's out there, we'll find it.
TP,
You are probably right on that but it doesn’t hurt to ask.

rwenzing,

If you get something pls e-mail me at [email protected].

I have an online guy who is interested in finding out about the part.
I send the pics that Shane put up and a couple of others showing the location in the truck.
Maybe we will get something this time.

My guy said earlier that he had something, the numbers crossed to part # “X" and it cost $25, I said send me 4 or 5 (just to have more than Shane), BUT first send a pic.
You guessed it wasn’t it; was some sort of body part.
We will see how we both make out.
I will post just as soon as I get a number and get one of them from Ford; I wouldn’t them to run out before I got an order in for at least one.

Here’s hoping for the best out come.
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If any more pics are needed, just ask away. I got 'em sitting on my desk next to me.
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Do we have the name of the part correct ?

RCM Cover - Restraint Control Module ?

maybe Air Bag Control Module ?

Every time I put these RCM Cover description in the part request I get nothing except there is no part by that name and that doesn’t seem possible.
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As LUCK would have it, a Site Friend came forward and connected me with a source for the Cover, I should have one shortly.

I spent day after day searching the web for a yard or person that had one for sale; nothing until now.
Not knowing what to call it so a part person would understand what I wanted was stressful. Why can’t these chop-shop hire people that know vehicles. (I know money reasons)
I am sure his name will come up in his time and then we will all know.

All I can say is thank you.

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Hey I remember that cover lol! BTW what cha got up your sleeve now Bob?
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BTW what cha got up your sleeve now Bob?
I miss my manual transmission.
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I love the difference in the sound of the vehicle when you have a manuals trans.
The auto trans just DON’T have it.

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I miss my manual transmission.
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GOT IT !
Finally I have an FX4 Air Bag Module Cover… now for the Lokar Round Alum Bezel and Boot.
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