That should make for a fairly clean and low profile install. Also at the transmission where the shift cable connects there is a plastic holder with groves on it for adjustment,dont try adjusting it but inspect it if its loose or broken,if you try adjusting it then its tough to get it back where it needs to be for all the gears to work with the shift indicator tab,about it not starting,that may have to do with the safety neutral switch on the transmission,but double check the linkage to make sure its really tight before worrying about that switch,im not always on line these days but i will help more when i can. Difficulty:Moderately ChallengingInstructions Things You'll Need Trim tool Socket set Pry the window switch bezel out of the door panel with the trim tool. Here's what I have: --------------------------------------------------------------------- As with all how-tos, these are for informational purposes only. Thank you for letting me pick your brain on this! Ford Expedition Odometer Repair, Remove and Install 1. It looks like an inside cover for your outside mirror.
Need to know how to remove int door panel to get to motor, etc. Lot's of parts outlets have a loan-a- tool program - free with deposit. To install, reverse the removal procedure. The process is similar for other Expedition model years as well. On those two we sometimes have to manually grab hold of them and pull the knob up. You may need to file the slot opening to achieve a perfect fit between the bracket slot and the cable end. Now pry up on both sides of the triangular panel and pull it loose.
Especially so in this economy when we can't afford to have this work done by a dealer. Use a flat blade screwdriver or other suitable tool to pry out on the top of the triangular plastic panel on the top front of… Applicable for 2003-2006 Ford Expedition With a flat prying tool tip should be wrapped in cloth , gently remove the following; 1 Door handle bezel 2 Window control switch plate. This section aids in troubleshooting and determining wire color codes, phasing for speaker hook up, locating power wires for installing external devices and add-ons. Door panel removal 2000 Ford Expedition 1997. The one that I always use for all my repairs can be found here:.
Four screws are now revealed, remove them. Here is how I removed the front passenger side door panel from a 1999 Ford Expedition. After removal, disconnect the wire connectors. I got a great deal on it but I have one problem. Since the window is stuck in the up position, does anyone have any suggestions. Three screws at bottom of panel, then remove the grab handle, pop all anchors, lift up on panel to release it from top of the door. Remove the front door trim panel.
I assume no responsibility if you break anything. Much cheaper than the latches or cables from Ford. Any suggestions on how I force the window up without breaking anything? Here's what I can tell you I've found out. I dont think I forgot anything. I can answer this question if the car is one with automatic windows.
That is what it has averaged ever since we bought it with 14,000 miles on it. The motor is attached to the regulator the part that moves the window up and down and the regulator, as near as I can tell, is rivited to the door. Remove the Philips head screw you find under this panel. I'll tack weld each of the flange bolts to the regulator, so when it's installed, the threads are coming through the inside of the door out. I was even able to use the 'jumper' techniques for giving direct connections to the window motor -- good stuff. Open the door handle and use the flathead screwdriver to pop out the trim ring that goes around it. In order to perform any repairs on interior door components, you'll need to begin with removing the door panel.
Tomorrow, Saturday I'm placing a brace inside the door to hold the window up and will unbolt the regulator from the window channel and hopefully remove the regulator and motor. Install the bulb and wiring assembly. If you are having trouble sliding the cable into the slot on the ferrule, you can use a flat blade screw driver and hammer to gently tap the cable into the connector. Factory Car Stereo Repair, Inc. The wires become brittle and break from the constant opening and closing of the door. Installation is easier, no guess work with wire color codes and a Headache Saver! I think what I'm going to do to make the reinstall and future removeal, if needed easier, is this.
On the open door pull handle is a plastic cover around it. Insert a flat blade screwdriver into the slot at the bottom of the courtesy light lens and pry up and out to remove the lens. Did you bother to check the switch? This will be a stopper if you can't get the right gun for those as they are bigger and takes unreal force to pop the new one which really can't be fakes. You will need to unbolt the window track and remove the rubber seal across the top of the door. Work door switch assembly out of door panel.
Next push the black rubber sleeve of the cable into the ferrule, pushing it all the way in until it stops. If not, keep trying, it may be stuck due to age. The power locks still work. I have a professional account at my local Checker Pro Shop, so I'm getting a replacement motor for around 50 bucks. Remove the inside door handle trim cover. Hmm, the instructions I have make no mention of the 6 rivets. Unclip the plastic cover on the top right corner near the side mirror.