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Parting Out "Parting Out?" you say.. This is when people strip their Legend or RL and sell its parts. You can request your needed parts to the seller(s)... Enjoy.

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Old 04-02-11, 03:55 PM   #61 (permalink)
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Still have one set of fans, do you need the whole assembly or just the motor? For just the LR regulator (no motor) would be $45 shipped. The pair of fan assemblies would be $80 shipped. If shipped together the LR regulator and both fan assemblies would be $110 shipped. I don't ship glass.
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Old 09-06-11, 03:01 PM   #62 (permalink)
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Should have our 91 L back together in the next couple of days. I am certain we can find a use for some parts. I'm in Scottsdale so that might make it easy. Can I send you my email address or is that verboten? Don
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Does this car have a (chocolate color) cover for the fog light hole in the bumper cover?
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I don't have any sedan fog light covers for the front bumper.
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how about sedan fog lights?? or as you state here "Radiator Top Brackets.....$20 shipped (also includes the 2 lower rubber pieces)" just one of the lower rubber piece?
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I don't have any fog lights, do have the radiator top brackets but if you only need one of the lower rubber pieces I think they would be cheaper to pick up at your local dealer. If that is not an option I can ship one for $8 shipped.
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My cruise is not working and I see you have the controller. I would hesitate to go that route until I am assured the Clock Spring is working. I believe it ties in with the other items that are not working; ie., horn, cruise, radio controls, SRS light (?). Need to check out how to do the proper tests. Thanks, Don
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A working clock spring is a must for cruise control to work, so I'd recommend taking care of that first.
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Cluster

Do you still have the instrument cluster?
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I only have a coupe cluster with 230k and the trip meter does not work.
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yo you got a heater core for a 92 sedan my boy needs one
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Old 01-02-12, 08:18 PM   #75 (permalink)
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I didn't think I had a heater core but I checked and did find one, here is a pic:

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