Q: My Lincoln MKZ Rear Left Lid Tail Light Tail Lamp , the brake light is out I need the part number to order

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My Lincoln MKZ Rear Left Lid Tail Light Tail Lamp , the brake light is out I need the part number to order.

I gave one of your mechanic the Vin to email me the part, but I have not heard from him. If I order the part I can have one of your mechanics install it for me.

My car has 69000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi Donald. Thanks for the question. Unfortunately, we typically don’t look up parts by VIN number to supply you with a part number, as this is something that needs to be done by a dealership. I’ve forwarded your inquiry to our sales and service department so they can try to put together an estimate for the part and the installation for this service, as you’ll likely get a better price by having us order the part for you.

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