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Old 04-18-2011
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rear window latch question?

Have a reg cab. 96 ranger and i called my guy at ford with my VIN and he got me part # F5TZ-1040860-A. But it doesnt look to be right. Hes pretty much always right with what i need so im curious if im missing something on my window or if has been switched out from a diff year? thanks. heres my window and an online pic of the latch.

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Old 04-19-2011
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the bottom pic is what the latch in my 95 reg cab looks like.
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Old 04-21-2011
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anyone have any ideas?
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