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Dpfe Part Number

1998 2.5 5 Speed Ranger.

Cel Code P1401, Change Dpfe

Curret Part Number Fiae-9j460-aa (metal)

But Local Auto Parts Has F77e-9j460-ab (plastic)

They Says Thant Plastic Aplication Is Ok For My Truck

This Is Ok?
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do yourself a favor and get he motorcraft one... autozone and alike ones are cheap and will fail from moisture much quicker than the ford one will... it will cost more from the start but in the long run youll save.... i spent 150$ on autzone ones and then got a motorcraft for like 80 and its going good still
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The plastic one's suck. It will fail sooner than later. Listen to Jeff and get a motorcraft one. You pay more but you get what you pay for.
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The plastic one's suck. It will fail sooner than later. Listen to Jeff and get a motorcraft one. You pay more but you get what you pay for.
not all are metal, my motorcraft is plastic but it just holds up better because its OEM
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not all are metal, my motorcraft is plastic but it just holds up better because its OEM
That's odd I got a motorcraft metal one and before that I had a plastic one from autozone.
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Fyi:

ALL 9J460's are plastic, Ford realized their screwup with the pot metal ones, they all supercede to plastic...........F77Z-9J460-AB are the long ones like I had on my 2000 Supercab 3.0, and the 4U7Z-9J460-AA, 2C3Z-9J460-A, 4C3Z-9J460-A are small.........there are others, but those numbers are the most common, not necessarily Ranger applications.
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