Question about Ford F-150
I have a 2003 Explorer Eddie Bauer. Last night the door locks quit working. No switch on any door will operate the locks. The drivers seat will not move, but the passenger side does. I check the fuse, they are fine. When you exit the vehicle, all power should turn off. however, it does not. After I open the door, the radio continues to play, the windows continue to work. This is with the engine off and the key removed. the Computer shows autolamp delay data error and auto locks data error.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Missing Instruction Manual
try the manufacture website at this link
you will need manufacture date and model number and you can view them online
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
If your alarm went off, it could be that someone had tried to break into your car. They most likely may have cut some of the wires inside your door with what ever device they may have been using. Look for evidence between the bottom of the windows and doors where the problem is. If not, then it is possible that your automatic window assemblies are malfunctioning. Do you hear the motors run on the windows when you go up or down with the switch? I also have a Pacifica, 2005, however no window problems yet.
Posted on May 11, 2009
First, snap out the black pieces that attach the cover to the seat with a pair of pliers or a kitchen knife. Then turn the seat over and remove the base by sliding out the metal rod that runs thru the base and seat. Then unhook the center buckle from the bottom of the seat and back up thru the seat. Unhook the straps from the metal bar on the back of the seat and thread them back thru the seat. Be sure to remember the order in which you slide it thru the components so you can reassemble. It may be helpful to lay them out in the order you removed them. Unhook the elastic bands holding the bottom in place and slide it over the top part of the seat and off the seat. If you need to remove the top part and wash, remove the black pieces the same way as the bottom, unhook all elastic and slip it off the top. I wash mine in cold water with mild detergent and usually let it air dry so as to not shrink it. Reassemble by reversing steps.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
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