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Re: Front Driver Side Door Panel
Look for any screws near the door handle might be kind of hidden or covered by a removable plastic cover . also start at the bottom corner with a good flat blade screw driver and pry the clips loose starting on bottom corner and across then up .. if all screws are out near door handle you should be able to lift up on the door panel and remove it unless there is a screw in say the window crank if its manuel. electric windows and door locks has a plugin in back you can unplug also to take the whole thing off. thanks Jerry holler if you need more.
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well you can try "jumping" the correct wire to see if window got up or down... this will tell u if switch is bad... but I would just go but a new master switch... try that before you cause more damage..
you should write a more detailed description but it could possibly be the pin in the hunge that keeps the door propped open, that could be jammer or if the handle/latch is the part that isnt opening then get in through the passenger side and pop off the door panel to the drivers side door and make sure the lines are connected from the door handle to the latch, and if you were in an accident recently depending on the severity it could be a bent frame/door depending where hit
Front Door Panel - Town Car - Removal
CAUTION: To avoid breakage of door pull cover(s), insert a screwdriver
diagonally between pull strap and chrome bracket. Snap out both sides
Snap out two door pull strap retaining screw covers. Remove screws.
Remove two screws on front and rear side of front door trim panel.
The following procedure must be used during removal and installation of
the door armrest and trim panel. Refer to the appropriate illustrations
for component and vehicle model identification.
Using the Trim Pad Removing Tool from Rotunda Windshield and
Moulding/Trim Removal Kit 107-R0401 or equivalent, pry the trim panel
retaining clips from the door inner panel.
NOTE: Do not use front door trim panel (23942) to remove trim clips from
door inner panel. Replace any bent, damaged or missing push pins.
Remove window regulator control switch housing from back of front door
trim panel . Lift up housing, remove retaining screws and disconnect all
Disconnect driver seat regulator control processor switch (driver door
only) if equipped.
Twist out interior lamp wire assembly and remove the front door trim
Ensure plastic watershield is secured to door panel.
Position front door trim panel to door. Connect interior lamp wiring.
Position the window regulator control switch housing and connect switch
connectors. Install the retaining screws.
Connect driver seat regulator control processor (14C708) (driver door
only) if equipped.
Align door lock side to its mating slide on the sheet metal (front doors
Snap in front door trim panel. Ensure all retainers fit properly.
Install two retaining screws on front and rear side of front door trim
Install two retaining screws and pull strap covers.
This is for the front passenger side door panel from a 1999 Ford Expedition. The
driver's side door should be the same, except for the mirror switch
which needs to be unplugged. The 1998 *might* be the same, I don't know,
but this should be helpful to someone.
Use a flat blade screwdriver or other suitable tool to pry out on the
top of the triangular plastic panel on the top front of the door panel.
The plastic holder should pull out of the door. Now pry up on both sides
of the triangular panel and pull it loose. Remove the philips head
screw you find under this panel. Pull the door latch handle, pry out the
insert where the handle goes through, and remove the bolt that holds
the door handle in place. Remove the door handle. Pry up on the ends of
the door switch panel to remove it. Unplug the cables by pushing in on
the lock tab on the side of the plug and pulling out. Remove the philips
head screw accessible through the switch panel hole. Insert a flat
blade screwdriver into the slot at the bottom of the courtesy light lens
and pry up and out to remove the lens. Remove the philips head screw
behind this lens. Pull up on the door panel to remove it. Be careful of
the courtesy light when removing the panel - give the light a quarter
turn counter-clockwise from the rear to remove it from the door panel.
Its possible that this GUIDE can helpfull as reference.
There are three fuse boxes - Driver Side Instrument Panel, Passenger Side Instrument Panel, and engine compartment (drivers side nearest to the firewall) - The Instrument Panel ones can be located by oning the respective doors and you will find the removalable panels on each end - on each panel door is a guide as to what fuse is located there ---(Radio Fuse is located on the passenger side)
if the car is built like monte carlo for 2000 there are 2 fuse panels inside. one on the driver side when you open door and theres one the passenger side when you open the door there are panels on both sides of the dash that pull off. and then of course there are the fuse blocks under the hood. by the battery.
The passenger side airbag is a lot easier then driver side. Take the glove box out and you will see two 10mm bolts holding it in place. When you open the passenger side front door, remove the panel on the side of the dash and you will see yellow connectors.The 1 closest to the front is attached to the air bag, it is clipped into the frame. Just pull it loose and take it out and your done. For the Driver side, it takes a skinny T27 to remove the two star bolts, then just disconnect the horn red clip and ground and install new airbag. The module is located under the passenger seat, underneath the carpet. Kinda stupid but thats where its at. You also need to replace the front impact sensor located behind the grille on the back side of the metal bar to each side. Follow the hood latch down. Also just to make sure, you know to disconnect the battery before you do all this. You don't want new airbags to accidentally deploy.
The book says 1. remove power accesory switch panel by using suitable flat blade tool at front. 2. Disconnet electrical connections.
3. pry door handle plug by using small flat bladed tool
4.remove door trim handle mounting screws
5. remove door trim panel from retainers.Start at rear bottom corner and pry outward.
6. remove door panel.
KD does make a tool that will properly pry the door panel away from reainers. KD 3705 You might get by with a screwdriver.
One other thing you may need to have the window down to get the panel to come off. You will have to lift up on it once it is loose from the fastners.
Hope this helps you out.