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US $12.95
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Canton, Massachusetts, United States

Canton, Massachusetts, United States
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Placement on Vehicle:Left Part Brand:Ford FoMoCo Warranty:No Brand:Ford Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply UPC:Does Not apply

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Alert Light indicator lamp panel from my 1989 Lincoln Town Car Signature Series carriage roof, maroon (Currant Red) leather (Interior trim code = QF), digital dash that I have owned for 18 years and I stored for 8 years.  Non-smoking car.  Parting out car after it was totaled by drunk driver.  See eBay listings for other parts from this car or ask to have an item put up on eBay.

This version has 5 lamps and is used with the digital display electronic message information center.  It is located on the left side of the instrument panel.

In good working condition.   Includes all light bulbs.  None of the 6 lenses are cracked or warped.  The fake chrome/silver rectangle around each light shows some tarnishing or wear.  We did not try to polish it for fear of removing the silver color.

Make sure the connector style matches what you need. 

This may also fit 1980 Continental and 1981 to 1988 Town Cars and 1980-1983 Mark VI.   But before you buy, verify independently yourself for your exact application for fit if it is not a 1989 Town Car.  Item is sold as is, no warranty, no return.  Please ask all questions before buying. 

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