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2003 expedition air condition question... I have this clicking noise in the back by the hatch that is driving me crazy!!! It use to only click when I would turn on the air in the rear now its constant even if the air isn't on. What is this and can it be disconnected but still use the front air? Please help me thanks!

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SOURCE: Accessing the rear hatch brake light on a 1999 Ford Expedition

There should be 2 screws holding the lenses on for the hatch light, remove those and cover comes off. The plate lights, access them under the rear bumper, they twist and pull out, then just pull the bulb out the connector. The running board light, under board, which will take the light assembly out, or a small flat head screwdriver, pop the lens off the top of board.

Posted on Jan 05, 2010

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SOURCE: Ford Expedition rear hatch won't open

where is the rear door fuse located on a 2000 ford expedition?

Posted on Feb 02, 2010

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SOURCE: rear blower unit 2003 ford expedition

sheared cog in actuator, needs replaced, 40 to 60 for part, if you remove rear gasket and pry side away, you don't have to remove completely, if you can find someone with small hands, you can remove the tray in the paney and get to the actuator as well, other wise allot of labor to get teh whole panel out

Posted on Aug 18, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a 2003 Ford expedition Eddie bauer. Seat

The clicking noise sounds like your blend door actuator. Try turning your AC/Heat OFF and see if it stops (give it a minute to travel in position). The actuator is a common failure in the Expys, costs about $50 to replace. You will have to remove the right rear panel to replace it - a few screws and a couple of bolts (where the seat belt attaches).
As for the seat not working, not sure about this. I would make sure the wiring harness is hooked up and the fuse is not blown. See your owners manual for fuse location.

Posted on May 26, 2011

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SOURCE: fix broken rear hatch handle

will need to remove the rear panel to access the latch mechanism the release bar connector either popped off or broke the clip is only a few bucks and is easily replaced the hassle is in the removing of the panel

Posted on Nov 23, 2011

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