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Dorman
2012 Lincoln MKZ Drive Shaft - Rear Dorman

P311-03DC346    936-811  New

7E5Z4R602A , 65-2000 , AE5Z4R602A

Qty:
$595.87
Dorman Drive Shaft  Rear
  • 2 Piece Replacement Replaces Original 3 Piece Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drive Shaft Diameter (In): 2.5 In.
    • Drive Shaft Length (In): 80 In.
    • Drive Shaft Wall Thickness (In): 0.065 In.
    • Grade Type: Standard
Brand: Dorman
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission Position
2012 - Lincoln MKZ Automatic Rear
Dorman
2005 Lincoln Aviator Drive Shaft - Front Dorman

P311-352D0FA    936-327  New

1L2Z4A376AA , 65-9462 , 93-1375 , N94626

Qty:
Dorman Drive Shaft  Front
  • CV at Tranfer Case 22 In. Weld to Weld
  • Product Attributes:
    • Drive Shaft Diameter (In): 1.75 In.
    • Drive Shaft Length (In): 28.5 In.
    • Drive Shaft Wall Thickness (In): 0.095 In.
    • Grade Type: Standard
Brand: Dorman
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Transmission Drive Type Position
2005 - Lincoln Aviator Automatic AWD Front
Dorman
2012 Lincoln MKZ Drive Shaft Dorman - 2-Piece Replacement

P311-04323D9    W0133-2274404  New

Qty:
$1,053.44
Dorman Drive Shaft
  • 2-Piece Replacement
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2012 - Lincoln MKZ
Dorman
2012 Lincoln MKZ Drive Shaft Dorman - 2-Piece Replacement

P311-04323D9    W0133-2274404  New

Qty:
$1,053.44
Dorman Drive Shaft
  • 2-Piece Replacement
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2012 - Lincoln MKZ
Dorman
2008 Lincoln Mark LT Drive Shaft Dorman

P311-5A0A171    W0133-2085524  New

Qty:
$798.12
Dorman Drive Shaft
Brand: Dorman
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type
2008 - Lincoln Mark LT 4WD
Cardone
2007 Lincoln MKX Drive Shaft - Rear Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-291ADF7    65-2005  Remanufactured

7T4Z4R602A

Qty:
$424.34
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement taken from end of flange face to end of flange face
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 2030.41
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From End Of Flange Face To End Of Flange Face
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 2.00
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 51
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2007 - Lincoln MKX AWD Rear
Cardone
2005 Lincoln Navigator Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-5CBD7A2    65-9792  Remanufactured

PP9792 , 6L2Z4A376B

Qty:
$555.37
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken by measuring the Tube length only. Measure from the centerline of the weld on one end to the centerline of the weld on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 565.15
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 2.51
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 63.59
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2005 - Lincoln Navigator 4WD Front
Cardone
1998 Lincoln Navigator Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-4035BE8    65-9543  Remanufactured

F75Z4A376BB

Qty:
$29.70 $357.66
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken from the face of the flange on one end to the face of the flange on the other end of a collapsed Prop Shaft. Applications that only have a flange on one end should be measured from that flange to the centerline of the furthest U-Joint
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 981.08
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Face Of The Flange On One End To The Face Of The Flange On The Other End Of A Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 2.01
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 50.93
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1998 - Lincoln Navigator Front
Cardone
1999 Lincoln Navigator Drive Shaft - Rear Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-32D44E7    65-9511  Remanufactured

Qty:
$29.70 $438.57
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken from the centerline of the U-Joint located at the slip yoke end to the centerline of the furthest U-Joint on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 876.30
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The U-joint Located At The Slip Yoke End To The Centerline Of The Furthest U-joint On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 0.00
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 0.00
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
1999 - Lincoln Navigator 4WD Rear
Cardone
2006 Lincoln Navigator Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-196572D    65-2001  Remanufactured

7L1Z4A376B , AL3Z4A376C , AL3Z4A376D , 7L1Z4A376A

Qty:
$7.20 $283.47
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken from the face of the flange on one end to the face of the flange on the other end of a collapsed Prop Shaft. Applications that only have a flange on one end should be measured from that flange to the centerline of the furthest U-Joint
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 774.70
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 1.79
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 45.34
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2006 - Lincoln Navigator 4WD Front
Cardone
2003 Lincoln Navigator Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-1794A37    65-9542  Remanufactured

2L1Z4A376AA

Qty:
$27.00 $357.66
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken by measuring the Tube length only. Measure from the centerline of the weld on one end to the centerline of the weld on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 508.00
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken By Measuring The Tube Length Only. Measure From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 1.78
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 45.14
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2003 - Lincoln Navigator Front
Cardone
1999 Lincoln Navigator Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-1D6C9DB    65-9317  Remanufactured

Qty:
$27.00 $438.57
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken by measuring the Tube length only. Measure from the centerline of the weld on one end to the centerline of the weld on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 635.00
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken By Measuring The Tube Length Only. Measure From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 0.00
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 0.00
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
1999 - Lincoln Navigator Front
Cardone
2009 Lincoln MKS Drive Shaft - Rear Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-3A8CDF8    65-2003  Remanufactured

8G1Z4R602B , 8G1Z4R602A

Qty:
$393.30
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement taken from end of flange face to end of CV joint flange face
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 2132.01
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From End Of Flange Face To End Of Cv Joint Flange Face
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 2.51
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 63.59
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2009 - Lincoln MKS AWD Rear
Cardone
2003 Lincoln Aviator Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-342DCD4    65-9462  Remanufactured

1L2Z4A376A , 1L2Z4A376AA

Qty:
$29.70 $357.66
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken by measuring the Tube length only. Measure from the centerline of the weld on one end to the centerline of the weld on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 565.15
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken By Measuring The Tube Length Only. Measure From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft.
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 1.75
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 44.45
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2003 - Lincoln Aviator AWD Front
Cardone
2006 Lincoln Mark LT Drive Shaft - Rear 8 Cyl 5.4L Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-510206B    65-2011  Remanufactured

8L3Z4R602G

Qty:
$585.34
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement taken from end of flange face to end of input shaft Supplied as new
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 2225.00
    • Measurement Method: End Of Input Shaft To End Of Flange Face
    • Product Condition: New
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Lincoln Mark LT RWD Rear V 8 Cyl 5.4L 330 -
Cardone
2010 Lincoln Mark LT Drive Shaft - Front Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-4322D4E    65-2006  Remanufactured

AL3Z4A376B , AL3Z4A376E , 9L3Z4A376A

Qty:
$283.47
Cardone Drive Shaft  Front
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement is taken by measuring the Tube length only. Measure from the centerline of the weld on one end to the centerline of the weld on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 568.33
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 2.01
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 51.05
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Front
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position
2010 - Lincoln Mark LT AWD Front
Cardone
2006 Lincoln Mark LT Drive Shaft - Rear 8 Cyl 5.4L Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-5E4D4B4    65-2002A  Remanufactured

8L3Z4R602B

Qty:
$715.22
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Front Section of 2 Piece Shaft Measurement is taken by measuring the Tube length only. Measure from the centerline of the weld on one end to the centerline of the weld on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 841.38
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 3.01
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 76.33
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Lincoln Mark LT RWD Rear V 8 Cyl 5.4L 330 -
Cardone
2006 Lincoln Mark LT Drive Shaft - Rear 8 Cyl 5.4L Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-5B6FE0B    65-2002B  Remanufactured

8L3Z4R602B

Qty:
$715.22
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Rear Section of 2 Piece Shaft Measurement is taken from the centerline of the U-Joint located at the slip yoke end to the centerline of the furthest U-Joint on the opposite end of the collapsed Prop Shaft
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 842.96
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From The Centerline Of The Weld On One End To The Centerline Of The Weld On The Opposite End Of The Collapsed Prop Shaft
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 3.01
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 76.33
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Drive Type Position Block Engine CID CC
2006 - Lincoln Mark LT RWD Rear V 8 Cyl 5.4L 330 -
Cardone
2007 Lincoln MKZ Drive Shaft - Rear Cardone - Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft

P311-0639F5D    65-2000  Remanufactured

AE5Z4R602A , 8E5Z4R602A , 7E5Z4R602A

Qty:
$378.55
Cardone Drive Shaft  Rear
  • Remanufactured Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Measurement taken from end of flange face to end of CV joint flange face
  • Reman. A-1 CARDONE Driveshaft/ Prop Shaft
  • Product Attributes:
    • Features and Benefits:
      • 100% New Universal Joints Are Installed For A Proper Fit And Function
      • Built To Meet Or Exceed O.e.m. Performance
      • Units Are 100% Dynamically Balanced At 3200 Rpms For Vibration-free Operation And Increased Joint Life
      • Unlike Other Manufacturers, Cardone Prop Shafts Are Dynamically Balanced, Which Is Superior To Static Balancing, As The Unit Is Balanced At The Typical Speed It Will Experience On The Vehicle
    • Length (mm): 2027.24
    • Measurement Method: Measurement Is Taken From End Of Flange Face To End Of Cv Joint Flange Face
    • Product Condition: Remanufactured
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (in): 2.00
    • Tubing Outer Diameter (mm): 51
  • A1 CARDONE Remanufactured Prop Shafts/Driveshafts are engineered to meet or exceed the original fit, form and function. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts. All units are tested to ensure reliable performance every time.
Brand: Cardone
Position: Rear
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle Position
2007 - Lincoln MKZ Rear
First Equipment Quality
2012 Lincoln MKZ Drive Shaft First Equipment Quality - 2-Piece Replacement

P311-40D764F    W0133-2274404  New

Qty:
$739.50
First Equipment Quality Drive Shaft
  • New - Lifetime Warranty
  • 2-Piece Replacement
Brand: First Equipment Quality
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2012 - Lincoln MKZ

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Greetings all! I just found this site and it seems like the expertise is here to help with my issue. It really sucks that there are so many dealers and shops that will gouge you in a heartbeat, it makes it very hard to trust a seemingly knowledgeable and honest technician. I really don't mind spending the money, I just don't want to pay for easter-egging.

I have a 2001 Lincoln Towncar Signature 4.6 engine with 28,080 miles on it. Bought it from an 82 year old gent whom obviously never drove it. It is my 16th Lincoln in 46 years of driving.

Drives like new! My issue is 3 or 4 days ago (my wife just told me today, of course) that the left rear window will not go down either from the door switch or the master switch. There is no noise at all and all of the other windows work just fine individually and from the master switch. I am suspecting the contacts in the back door switch need cleaning. Or could it be the contacts on the master switch need cleaning and are not furnishing power to the rear switch?

How do I find a honest mechanic that will do the proper trouble-shooting procedure and only charge me what actually needs to be fixed? If it is just a contact cleaning, charge me for his labor and not sell me a motor or regulator if I really don't need one? I live in Pensacola, FL.

Thanks in advance for any help you can render.
Paul

Response From Hammer Time

Where do you come up with this stuff. In 50 years of doing this I have never run across a window problem that could be resolved by cleaning a switch. I don't even know of a switch that can actually be disassembled to attempt that.

You either have a wiring problem, a bad regulator or a bad motor and until someone removes the door panel and inspects and tests it, you aren't going to know which it is.

You think every shop is out to rip you off. Do you accuse your doctor, your accountant or your hair stylist of that too or do you just let them do their job?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Paul - you need to trust the techs. People seem to gravitate to complaining because it's costly and equate that instantly with some rip off. NOT the rule.


Common with power windows on these to be checked is the dang whole regulator. It's not all the expensive as things go and best IMO if found the trouble to toss the whole thing as an assembly. Looks like this inside.........
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I know, I know - it's a Lincoln and the least used window for most. Those cheap shat contraptions are a fishing reel of wire thru the motor and can plain all jam up with slamming a door just once! Saw someone do that to three all at once!


Whole item if declared the fault isn't costly nor all that hard BUT the dang rivet gun required costs a fortune and can't be faked. Rewinding one is futile time wise vs tossing it even if motor is good.


Again it's the least likely motor to plain wear out but motors also don't like NOT being used. I could be wrong but this motor can't easily be taken apart and cleaned up no doubt all crimped once and take forever to open those for stuck brushes if so from lack of use.


Point is Lincoln or not these are cheap junk that don't like lack of use or door slamming especially with a little age on them,


T


PS: Last person to slam a door on my vehicle is still walking home!

Response From nickwarner

You are used to driving a lincoln but not used to paying for repairs? This thing isn't by any means a new car. No matter the mileage, there is something called "lot rot" that is a term well versed among people who buy things at auctions like used car dealers. From the moment a part is made, it begins to decay. There is no way of turning back the clock on a car anymore than you could on yourself. If you took the very first Model T and put it in perfect atmospheric conditions of storage right off the factory line in a sealed container and opened it today you would need to do a restoration on it for big bucks now to even try to drive it. Father time will get his.

As HT pointed out, there is no "cleaning contacts" as you speak of. Labor now costs more than parts do. So why would a shop take apart your door which they will charge you money to do just to rig it up for a short bit even if they could, and that's a BIG if? When the poor repair failed shortly after you would be howling at their door that they scammed you and you were going to call a lawyer.

Take your car to a tech who knows what he is doing. Guess what, he ISN"T FREE!! A good tech knows what to do after years and years of learning and also a personal investment in his tools worth more than the newest model Lincoln makes. He isn't some Cletus with a sweatband and a hammer, he isn't some idiot that can't get an office job. To work on a car today you have to have the skills and knowledge base that overlaps that of mechanical engineers, metallurgists, physicists, electrical engineers, IT programmers and on top of it a shrink to deal with people who feel that they can drive a luxury line of vehicles and not pay a dime on repairs for cars past their prime.

Take a wild guess on this site that is COMPLETELY FREE to you for advice as to who is giving you advice about your car. Guess what, its professional techs that you accuse of screwing you over even though you don't realize they aren't getting jack of what comes out of your total bill. They don't give a damn what is the car or what is broke. They get a ticket from a service writer with the info of your car. Under the work line is "diagnose issue with window driver's front" or something like that. The tech verifies the issue, diagnoses the bad part (not guessing or playing with Google, actually using the skills talked about earlier along with the very expensive tools. The box most techs have for putting tools in STARTS at $10,000 by the way). They then give you a diagnosis and estimate of what it will take to keep this problem from happening in the near future because they have systematically identified through thorough testing the culprit and can prove it, though your own lack of knowledge is incapable of understanding their diagnosis anyway. You just think all cars are no different now than they were 40 year ago.

You are clueless and you pay for people to do what you cannot understand in its most infantismal stages of explanation. You merely look at the price tag of the repair and assume you are being screwed over by crooks. Guess what, your aren't being screwed, you are a cheapass. You won't find prices any better with any other brand either. Welcome to the 21st century.

If you want to have a rant about how the world is out to get you and all techs are crooks, best not to ask advice from PROFESSIONAL TECHS about it. You are a pompous ass who thinks he can drive a luxury brand car at an economy brand price and I have no time for you. You speak of diagnosis you do not know how to make, repairs, you cannot perform nor are heard of by any of us, yet have the balls to come into this forum and openly accuse us of thievery for doing our jobs. Guess anyone can grow a pair hundreds of miles away behind a monitor, huh?

Guess what, cars cost money not only to buy but to repair. If you think the shops are a ripoff, feel free to spend $60,000-$$100,000 in tools, another $20,000 in education and dedicate decades of your life to learning the craft of how these vehicles work. Think of all the money you can save on not paying labor on the window regulator on a 2001 Lincoln! Its worth it after all huh?

Please pull your lower lip over the top of your head and swallow. Its a good thing you're on the other side of a screen right now, it really is. How dare you insult the pros who do this for a living because you have no idea what you are talking about.

Response From stgctrt Top Rated Answer

Whoaaa Nellie! I didn't mean to push the stick up into the Hornet's nest so far. You sure have some thin skin. I didn't come to this thread to get lambasted, but to get professional opinions.

The reality "is" there are dealers and shops that will rip you of.

I do have shop skills. when I was in my 20's & 30's, I had no problem pulling out hydraulic lifters, taking them apart to unstick the bearing and change my Timing Belt and Gear, change out drive shafts and replace the needle bearings (when they would fall out all over the floor) and rear ends on my 1971 Monty Carlo, but that was then and now the technology and time has passed me by.

I never did mess with windows however.

I sold Lincoln, Mercury, Ford at four Dealer franchises for 8 years from 1995 to 2003 and new some of the techs "well". Back in the 70's worked at a Transmission shop as a R&R man that had an owner who was a real sleeze ball. As I said before, "I DON'T MIND PAYING FOR WHAT IS REALLY BROKEN". All mechanics are just not created equal in their knowledge base and/or troubleshooting skill. There are some Goobers out there and there are a lot of very good ones though. It's the very good ones whom I seek. I do understand it will cost me three or four hundred dollars to fix. I just don't want to be charged $700 for a $400 job. Now! Have another cup of Joe and take a freak'n chill pill.
There are some Goobers out there. Also, this is not my first Window problem I have ever dealt with

Response From Hammer Time

Although Nick can get a bit colorful, I don't blame him a bit. We volunteer our time and expertise and we don't want to hear you start out by knocking our trade. There are thieves in every trade so the next time you need a lawyer's help, don't walk into his office and tell him you think lawyers are thieves. I know I would be tempted to.

I do understand it will cost me three or four hundred dollars to fix. I just don't want to be charged $700 for a $400 job.

You shouldn't even be charged $400 for this. There are plenty of aftermarket parts available and most anything can be resolved for under $400.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Well, diagnose it yourself and if not going to fix it yourself find a shop that will do it. Pensacola area you should be able to find qualified techs/shops for perhaps $50-65/hr. High bet it's the motor or regulator and none of it is too expensive new. You can look up the parts prices yourself but add the markup a shop would add as most won't want you to bring your own.


In stock stuff for these they are so common,


T

Response From stgctrt

Thanks for getting back. We have a shop in Pensacola whom you may know; Bobby Lykus Car Clinic. $105 an hour but very knowledgeable and honest (I think!) Just kidding! Like I said; I don't mind spending the money, but I don't want to have another tech fix the first techs mistakes.

I'll post back with the particulars when I get the repair.

Response From stgctrt

Well guys; I took your advice and trouble shot it myself. Turned the car on, got in the back seat, with my finger on the "up" button, I shut the door with a little extra force and lo' and behold, the window went up, down, and up again. I wonder why nobody thought of something so easy to try first? Well maybe if you guys get this issue again, you can add this to your diagnostic procedure.

Regards
Paul

PS: Nick; KMB! LOL

Response From Hammer Time

OK, now what did that tell you?

Is the motor bad?
Is there a broken wire in the door jam?
Is the switch bad?

This is why we didn't suggest that.

Response From Discretesignals

My money is on the motor. Window probably isn't used that often and then the motor brushes need to be knocked around. The glass could also be sticking to the weather stripping at the top of the door too. It won't matter anyway because eventually it will blow a regulator.

Response From Hammer Time

Sure, you can play the odds. My point was that the move didn't prove much of anything.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Appreciate the follow up however when one does that it almost always will do it again and by Murphy's Law when it's down and pouring out


T

Response From Hammer Time

Pensacola area you should be able to find qualified techs/shops for perhaps $50-65/hr.

Those numbers went out 15 years ago. It's more like $70-$90 hr now for independents and $90 -$130 for dealers.