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Old 04-02-2014, 10:09 PM   #1
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Power steering reservoir bracket.

I've looked all over the Internet and locate junk yards and can't find one. When I did my motor swap mine magic disappeared. I think it got thrown away but no one seems to know what happen to it. Anyone have any suggestions on where I can get one online?

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You check the crown vics at a junkyard? Or town cars not only mustangs have the v8. If its a v6 however f150 with the 4.2 can also have tje reservoir.
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You check the crown vics at a junkyard? Or town cars not only mustangs have the v8. If its a v6 however f150 with the 4.2 can also have tje reservoir.
Yeah but still nothing. They had a few of them but the engines were already taken out

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What size motor do u have?
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What size motor do u have?
4.6

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Rock auto.com ?

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Yea rock auto would probably have the bracket. As to junkyard another truck are the econolines the e series vans that ford has those as well would have the same bracket. Another website is car-part.com its to find the part you need from local junkyards as well as has prices and mileage (for engines and trannies) for parts u need
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Yea rock auto would probably have the bracket. As to junkyard another truck are the econolines the e series vans that ford has those as well would have the same bracket. Another website is car-part.com its to find the part you need from local junkyards as well as has prices and mileage (for engines and trannies) for parts u need
I couldn't really find it on any of those places but a guy local is parting one out and he said he would sell it to me for 30. Sound reasonable ?

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