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1999 Ford Explorer looking for instructions for installing a door

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There really aren't any directions. If it is the door latch remove the door panel. Remove the rod that connects it to the door latch assembly. Remove the nuts that attach the latch to the door and reverse the process to finish. You may have to raise or lower the window to get access to the door latch. Good luck.

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Pull panel off and have a look at the connection rod and latch assembly.
Rod should go from lock/handle to key hole, to latch assembly.

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It is possible the latch mechanism closed after opening the door. Get a flat blade screwdriver and stand outside your truck, looking at the door latch area. you should see a small flat arm that is making a closed loop in the area where the door striker goes. Stick the screwdriver inside the loop and gently pry outward on the loop as you pull the door handle. That loop is actually like a tongue that should flip inwards towards the truck as you pull the handle. There are a few different ways you could possibly flip the latch back, depending on the exact configuration of the latch assembly. Usually on my wife's van we have to put the screwdriver through the loop from the outside and rest the tip on the door. Then, as we pull the handle, we move the handle of the screwdriver toward the vehicle which flips the latch back down so the door striker post can go inside the latch. I hope this helps and please rate my solution - I'll wait a little while to see if it works for you - if not let me know right away and I'll try to help you figure this out. Thanks for using fixya!!!

Jan 04, 2011 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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We have a problem with the doors locking when you shut them. they wont unlock with the key and we think that te locks are broken. do you have a solution for this?


Its possible taht you have any linkage problem there; first check the FUSE, use this Ford-Explorer Owners Manual to know the specific location.

To physical check,

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Front door latch-Explorer


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Rear door latch-Explorer

  1. Remove the door trim panel and watershield.
  2. Disconnect the rods from the handle and lock cylinder, and from the remote control assembly.
  3. Remove the latch assembly attaching screws and remove the latch from the door.
  4. Installation is the reverse of removal.

Door Lock Cylinder
  1. Open the window.
  2. Remove the trim panel and watershield.
  3. Disconnect the actuating rod from the lock control link clip.
  4. Slide the retainer away from the lock cylinder.
  5. Remove the cylinder from the door.
  6. Use a new gasket when installing to ensure a watertight fit.
  7. Lubricate the cylinder with suitable oil recommended for this application.

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On my 1999 Ford Explorer when you open the drivers side door the interior light does not come on. I had the front door latches replaced about six months ago. Could the problem be with the replaced front...


The lights work the same way as your fridgerator does. There is a push button located on the door or some where around the door frame. This could have been disconnected or damaged.

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I have a 2003 Ford Explorer Sport and I can't open the rear door. How do I acess the latch mechanism? The latch works when I apply pressure but nothing happens. The electric locks seem ok.


You will need to remove the panel from the inside of the rear door and then you will have access to the latch and assemblies in side the rear hatch.

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You may need to have the door latch assembly replaced. That is where the device is located for the light , on/off.
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I suspect the link came off the door latch. They are plastic and break. Rate as fixya if this helps.

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Item Part Number Description 1 26460 Rear Door Latch Push Button Rod 2 26414 Rear Door Latch Bellcrank Link 3 26412 Rear Door Latch Assembly 4 N805653-S100 Screw (3 Req'd Each Side) 5 26594 Rear Door Latch Actuator 6 W701566-S417 Rivet 7 377934-S Grommet 8 391208-S Bumper 9 26408 Rear Door Latch Remote Control Link 10 21818 Front Door Latch Remote Control and Link 11 388047-S102 Rivet 12 26448 Rear Door Latch Bellcrank Assembly 13 56912-S2 Screw (2 Req'd Each Side)

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