1999 Ford Explorer - Need to install glass into window
I found my car had been broken into not too long ago, and I went to a U-PULL-IT today and they just so happened to have a piece of glass that went to a '99 Ford Explorer rear driver door... I just need to figure out how to get it into the door without breaking it! ANY HELP WOULD BE GREATLY APPRECIATED!
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These cars are very bad about breaking wires inbetween the drivers door. open the door and in the jam you will see the wiring boot. you can pull the boot back away from the door or body then simply just pull on wires one at a time. most likely you will find more then one broken. most time we add extra wire to the ones broken so that they have more room to bend.
Same thing happened to my drivers side. I have a 1999 Ford Explorer XLT. Mechanic found a broken wire in the wiring boot that runs from the door to the body. Spliced wire back together. Fixed the problem.
Window Regulator, Front Door, Explorer
Removal WARNING: IF THE REGULATOR COUNTERBALANCE SPRING MUST BE REMOVED OR REPLACED FOR ANY REASON, MAKE SURE THAT THE REGULATOR ARMS ARE IN A FIXED POSITION PRIOR TO REMOVAL TO PREVENT POSSIBLE INJURY DURING C-SPRING UNWIND.
Remove front door trim panel and front door trim shield . Refer to Section 01-05B .
Remove inside door belt weatherstrip and glass stabilizer.
Remove front door window glass as described in this section.
Remove two nut and washer assemblies attaching the equalizer bracket.
Remove three rivets (manual) or four rivets (power) attaching the regulator base plate to front door trim panel finish panel (23712) .
Remove window regulator electric drive and front door window channel bracket from vehicle.
Working on a bench, carefully bend tab flat to remove arm slides from front door window channel bracket .
Install new window regulator electric drive arm plastic guides into front door window channel bracket and bend tab back to 90 degrees.
Use care not to break tab; if tab is cracked or broken, replace front door window channel bracket . Make sure rubber bumper is installed properly on new front door window channel bracket , if replacement is made.
Installation NOTE: The front door window channel bracket and window regulator electric drive are installed into the vehicle as one assembly. The front door window channel bracket may be disassembled from the window regulator electric drive as described in Steps 7 and 8 of Window Regulator, Removal.
Install front door trim panel finish panel with preassembled glass bracket into vehicle. Set the regulator base plate to window regulator electric drive using base plate locator tab as a guide.
Install three (manual) or four (power) rivets (385189-S100) to attach regulator to front door trim panel finish panel .
Two 1/4-20 x 1-inch bolts and two 1/4-20 nut and washer assemblies may be used as alternates for glass retention. However, torque must not exceed 4-7 Nm (3-5 ft-lb). Equivalent metric retainers may be used.
Install equalizer bracket.
Install inside door belt weatherstrip and glass stabilizer.
Lower regulator arms to access holes in front door trim panel finish panel . Install front door window glass as outlined.
Adjust glass to ensure proper alignment with glass run. Cycle glass for smooth operation.
Install front door trim panel and front door trim shield . Refer to Section 01-05B .
The first thing that you need to do is Go to the Auto Parts Store and get some Door Panel Fasteners for your car. You will Break a Few in the Repair. Next, Try and Locate ANY Screws or False Screw Hole Fillers in the Door Panel. Once you have found these Start at the Bottom of the Door Panel and slowly Pull it Off. Once you get it off, Clean out the Track that the Window Sits in with a screw Driver. Put some Clear Silicone Sealant into this Track and Insert the Window from the Top. Press Firmly into the Track and Slowly Raise the Window all the way up. Allow 24 Hours or so for the Sealant to Dry before Opening the Window.
Start by checingthe swich.If the motor makes noise when trying to pull the window up The swich maybe OK. The means that some thing is wrong w/ the rails on wich the Glass travels .You may have to take the door apart to see were the optruction is.