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Passenger window off track 2001 ford expedition e.b.

Can't get door panel off door. i have taken out the screw by the mirror,by the light,and the door handle. Is there any more screws? I have tried to lift the door panel up, but have had no success doing so.

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A couple of nice flat screwdrivers ,its stuck on with mastic and plastic clips

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2. Pry off power window switch panel and remove door panel screw at this area.
3.Remove interior door light cover and remove screw at this area.
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Initially, try to determine which fuse goes to the power window. Check and replace if necessary.

In brief for a temporary remedy just to have the window closed: remove the triangular cover at the top front of the door behind the mirror, there should be a screw there; remove the trim around the door handle another screw, remove the cover of the courtesy light at the bottom of the door, there is another screw behind that; soon as all the screws are out, lift/push up on the door panel and pull off. This would grant you access to the mechanism controlling the window. You can try closing by manually turning the motor.

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