Found a used liftgate latch.
Part number: 4717674AE.
Will I need to change the module* also (which is in the trunk, on the left side) and reprogram my van's computer?
*T&C 2004, power liftgate.
**Actual picture of the latch I'm planning to purchase.
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door latches, handles (electric lock, no remote on this vehicle)
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door speaker covers (w/ the clear lights)
outside rear view mirrors (electric)
woodgrain dash pieces (vents & glove box door)
right front fender...
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