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You can use a 10w-40 grade premium oil or synthetic blend oil
a fully synthetic in 5w-30 grade which is better but more expensive.
When selecting the oils in either grade make sure the one you choose is approved for Ford vehicles by checking the label details. Oil companies manufacture 2 or 3 different formulations of oils in the same grades and the label (usually the back label on the pack) will indicate that the oil is formulated for the engines of specific car manufacturers.
manufacturer, model & year? if the door sensor is of the push button mounted on each door opening, try this: for safety engage the emergency (or parking) brake, step firmly on the brake pedal, have someone (sit in the car) open door, & manually push down (fully depress) the door switch (not the door lock-unlock switch). do the procedure to all doors till error turns off. (if no one can help you & if more than one switch are not fully depressed when doors are closed, tape down all the switches. if error turned off then a or some switch/es is/are not fully depressed when the doors are closed.) if error persists, suspect a bad door switch (or more), bad body control module (alarm or security control module -not sure how the manufacturer of your car calls it), bad wiring between the switches & the conrol module. don't forget to removed those tapes if you did.
You will need to reprogram them to your door opener.
Its about a $50.00 service call from an authorized service tech, or you can simply call the manufacturer and they would talk you through it.
You can also try the manufacturers web page and look for a manual for your particular unit.
There will be a window door manufacturing business in or close to your town . Check the local directory for this or go on the net and search for window/door manufactures.. Reputable companies will come to your premises and measure the openings and make the items to fit exactly.. Most hard ware shops only sell standard sizes which seldom fit properly as most doors and windows vary during construction.
The vin number is the model year. If the door tag says manufactured in '06, usually given as month and year, would be actually manufactured in late '06 as an '07 model car. Actual date of manufacture is often important in ordering parts, as modifications can occur during that model year's production run.
I just sent Regency's a request for the same manual via their site but haven't recieved it yet. You could try the same or email me at email@example.com and I'll forward whatever they send me. Here's the link :