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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a 1993 Ford
remove the door panel
and check to make sure the linkage to the lock assembly is still
attached. I can't give an estimate because I don't know what is wrong
at this point
are the locks manual or electric?i have seen most electric locks freeze up because of rust/.corrosion.the rubber accordian seal fails and moisture does it's job.there is no lubrication on the mechanism.it's basically a push pull magnet tube with a spiral grooved actuator rod.this is to assure no accidental vibration/jar induced movement.also means very difficult to budge when corroded.i have gotten a few to move by grabbing lock post with pliers and pulling hard.good luck!
Rear Door Window Regulator and Motor
Removal and Installation
Remove the rear door trim panel. For additional information, refer to INTERIOR TRIM AND ORNAMENTATION .
Remove the door mounted speaker.
Remove the watershield.
NOTE:The glass must be lowered for this step.
NOTE:Some vehicles may use rivets to attach the glass to the regulator.
Remove the bolt that attaches the glass to the regulator.
Raise and support the rear door window glass to the full up position.
NOTE:Do not detach the door handle from the latch cable during this step.
Remove the rear inside door handle.
Remove the screw.
Disengage the inside door handle from the door.
If equipped, disconnect the power door lock rod from the back of the inside door handle.
Gain access to the power window motor electrical connector located in the front of the door.
Fig. 90: Identifying Power Window Motor Electrical Connector
Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO.
Disconnect the power window motor electrical connector.
Press down on the connector tab.
Pull the connector upward and remove through the speaker opening in the door.
Disconnect the rear door window regulator and motor assembly from the door.
Remove the nuts.
Remove the screws.
Fig. 92: Disconnecting Rear Door Window Regulator And Motor Assembly From Door
Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO.
Remove the window regulator and motor assembly from the door.
Fig. 93: Removing Window Regulator And Motor Assembly From Door
Courtesy of FORD MOTOR CO.
To install, reverse the removal procedure.
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
the motor is located at the front of the door at bottom, on the sheet metal in front of the motor u will see three dimples/indentations in the door skin sheet metal covering the motor, drill them out with a 1/2" drill bit, use a 1/4" drive 8mm or 5/16" deep socket and a short extension and remove the three bolts that hold the motor into the regulator, then gently push back on ,motor, remove harness to motor and remove motor through access hole.
Posted on Aug 10, 2009
SOURCE: Remove door panel on a Ford Van
For a 1999 Ford Econoline 150 (assume the same or very similar), remove triangular plastic cover over mirror assembly by prying straight out, remove plastic door handle cover by prying up from the front side, remove electronic door switches by prying up from back side, remove round plastic cover at bottom rear of door panel. Four screws are now revealed, remove them. Lift door panel straight up, clips are hooks (not snap in). Work door switch assembly out of door panel. Set door panel aside. Reassemble in reverse order.
Posted on Nov 21, 2009
First pop off the door open handle back plate with a screwdriver. It just snaps on. Do the same with the switch cluster plate below which also snaps in place and remove the switch harness connectors. Next pop off the small narrow cover plate under the armrest pull handle to expose 2 Torx screws. Remove these screws. Next locate a Phillips screw in a retaining cup which is located on the end of the interior door panel just above the latching mechanism and remove that. Locate two 3/8" hex head screws at the bottom of the door panel and remove those. Grab the door panel by the armrest handle and pull up to unhook it from the door. If its the driverside door, you will also have to diconnect the mirror adjustment switch connector to free the door panel.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010
Tips for a great answer:
1. Raise glass to full up position. (Often, this step is not possible due to broken window regulator or faulty motor. you just have to figure a way around it)
2. Remove door trim panel
3. Peel back water shield. Be careful not to tear it, so it can be put back into place.
4. find the 2 "dimples" in the door panel just opposite the window motor assembly. Using a 3/4" hole saw with a 1/4" pilot, drill the door panel at the dimples to expose the window motor mounting screws. The third motor mounting screw should be accessible without drilling.
5. remove the electrical connector from the motor
6. remove the mounting screws
7. Remove window motor.
8. To install, reverse removal procedure (skipping step 4)
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