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2000-2003 Ford F150 : Fender Painted (Passenger-Side)

Our 2000-2003 Ford F150 Fender Painted (Right; Passenger-Side) is the perfect replacement for your damaged part. Painted & Cleared
, this brand new car part looks & fits just like the original factory Ford part.

Read product details below to compare this product's part numbers with your car or see how to find your paint code.

Est. Delivery (Continental 48 States):   15 business days

Stock:   All parts are subject to availability

Shipping:   Free shipping to continental 48 states. Shipping fees apply to HI, AK, Puerto Rico and Canada.


  • Product: 2000-2003 Ford F150 Fender Painted (Right; Passenger-Side)
    Quantity sold: 1
    OEM part number: WITH: Antenna Hole and Molding Hole
      -2L3Z16005AA
    (Aftermarket) WITH: Antenna Hole | WITHOUT: Molding Holes
      -2L3Z16005BA
    (OEM) WITH: Antenna Hole | WITHOUT: Wheel Opening Molding, Wheel Lip
      -2L3Z16005BA
    Parts link number: WITH: Antenna Hole and Molding Hole
      -FO1241192
    WITH: Antenna Hole | WITHOUT: Molding Holes
      -FO1241191
    Fitment Specification: 1997-2003 Ford F150
      Trim Levels:
    -1997-2000 (Base)
    -1997-2003 (XL, XLT, Lariat, Lightning)
    -2000-2003 (Harley-Davidson Edition)
    -2001-2003 (King Ranch)
      Also Fits:
    -1997-1999 Ford F250
    -1997-2001 Ford Expedition
    -2004 Ford F150 Heritage
    Location: Front Side of Vehicle
    Material: Steel
    Color finish: Painted & Cleared
    Warranty: 1 year, unlimited-mileage manufacturer warranty

How to locate your paint code

Paint matching is essential. It's never a good idea to simply guess the color of your car. A red car isn't just red. It's fire engine red, brick red, or even a candy paint red. That's why choosing "red" for your touch up paint just isn't going to cut it. You may need to look in a few different places before you can successfully find your car's paint code.

Often, you can find your paint code on the driver's side door sticker, right where you find your tire pressure settings. Open your door and you'll usually find a sticker around the door jam. If you can't locate your vehicle's VIN and paint code sticker, read our detailed How Do I Find My Car's Paint Code article for more detailed information on how to find it.