Question about 2004 Ford Expedition
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Pretty simple actually. Sounds retarded but here ya go:
Unscrew all the screws visible. This includes the armrest if applicable.
Get a tool from your local auto parts store that looks like a small pry bar that has a little slot in the middle. it almost looks like the weed puller you use to remove dandelions. Seriously...you'll know it when you see it. This thing is a gem and works on ALL door panels. Slip it inbetween the door panel and the metal part of the door and start popping out the panel. You really want to get behind the plastic fastners if you can. Once you get to panel loose, you want to detach any electrical connectors from the door panel switches.
After that, use a little force to work it upwards to clear the door itself. the seal that is butted up against the glass is sometimes tight.
Do what you need to do and installation is in reverse order.
By the way, that tool is less than $10.00!
Good luck and post if you have any problems.
Posted on Mar 16, 2009
The issue lies within what caused these parts to fail? Usually clutch failure is subsequent from something going on inside the compressor. So the difficulty lies in determining the cost versus benifit on attempting to replace these parts to a potentially failing unit internally. Try to find a unit and enjoy longevity for your efforts and expense....
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Assuming you dont have a leak which would cause the system to not come on, it is possible the low pressure switch on the system has gone bad preventing system operation.
Posted on May 19, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 1999 Ford
Check the high and low pressure switches, either switch can cause the compressor not to run. Look for the switches in the high and low side lines. Hope this helps, let me know.
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
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