This reinforces the lock holder to help prevent the plastic from breaking. On the open door pull handle is a plastic cover around it. Photo 3 Pull the switch module out of the cavity only far enough to allow you to get a grip on the connectors. I suggest putting the door lock down as it makes it easier to get the door panel to slide back on. Bend down and look up into hole created by the removal. Wa-lah, in less than 10 minutes. Use a small flat blade screwdriver to gently pry one end out first.
Photo 5 With switch module removed, you can now remove the first panel bolt, shown here in the center of the picture in the switch module cavity. There were body style changes made to the Ford Expedition beginning with the second generation. Please read the on the subject for details. The turn signal wires aren't there also. Once complete, install the window warning label supplied with the kit. Photo 6 The courtesy lamp lens on the outside, lower corner of the door panel snaps into place in the panel recess.
Now that you are finished securing your cab, check out our to prevent easy theft of your tailgate! So, a 1997 Ford, for instance, will require a different flare than a 2003, and so on. First gently pry against the small triangle shape panel at the fwd corner of the door to remove. Remove th … e 'sail' panel at the top front edge of the door. His truck was right outside and he only had his back turned for a few minutes. What that allows is remove two nuts.
Remove screw out of bottom of door panel, located at the rear of the carpeted kick plate. Start out here, we're going to fast-forward through taking the door panel off. You shouldn't have to disconnect either to install the plates. I disconnected the power windows by using a little screwdriver and fitting it in the slot to help the plug out. It wouldn't go down, alright. Condition:100% Brand New Durable nylon plastic rivet fasteners; 40pcs in total; 4 different sizes 7. The plastic holder should pull out of the door.
Remove the electrical plugs that control the windows, exc. If you have basic auto-repair skills and an hour of free time, you can replace your Expedition's window regulator. Put the plate mounting hole over the lower handle stud and replace and tighten the nut. There is a small slot on the lens for this purpose. Remove the door panel by carefully lifting the panel upward to release the retaining clips. Remember the golden rule: If you have nothing nice to say, don't say anything at all.
Peel back just enough to expose the door handle mechanism. One clip is on top and the other in the bottom. It is held in place with some snap clips around the perimeter. The bulb will remain on for some time, then will usually go off by itself. To do this, pull it towards the front of the truck, and it shoulc just pop out. Again see panal screw and remove. The triangle component this located above the door panel at the front of the door mine is black , you may use a thin flat head screwdriver.
I just went out and took off the door again to make sure I wasn't dreaming. Remove Windstar inside door panel - Remove two screws from bottom of door. That holds the window up. Work carefully, the lens should come out easily. Top left of the door panel is a triangular piece of plastice. It's also helpful if you wanted to add speakers back there or soemthing else.
If you don't and then drop one you have to remove the others and retrieve it from inside door then start over. Unplug the connector to the speaker and set the speaker aside. From outside the door observe how the C-clip is installed around the key cylinder in the handle and the position of the key cylinder arm. What kind of epoxy have you used? Unplug the plug that comes from the power mirror switch harness. Here is your harness's connector right here.