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2011 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid FL window motor


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I can not find the window motor, not regulator, for 2011 lincoln mkz hybrid. does anyone know any work arounds? does it have to be exactly FRONT LEFT, because multiple sites have every other side. last choice is junk yard but this model is not all that old nor rare in my opinion. 

I know parts description doesnt have to be 100 percent exactly for the car Im looking for, but it worries me when I see contradicting descriptions. for example on FPG, they sell part 6E5Z-5423395-BA for a mercury milan and says it DOES fit my lincoln. but its not available FOR my car. is this just manufacturer confusion on my end? or should I get that part for a mercury? 

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