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take it back to dealer if it is almost new. They should fix for free. If they say warranty is up check out how you paid for it, our visa gives and extended warranty on everything we buy. Company gives 1 year visa gives another etc.
TO get that screw out you need to use a tool that looks like a nail puller and you put it under the screw head to lift while you unscrew it. Once you get to the mechanism for the seatbelt, you should be able to free it because it will he able to have slack and the dogs will loosen up. Be mindful of airbags and seatbelt tensioners that are in that area though
Try a slim jim first, down the side of the window. Or AAA or locksmith. If no luck, remove the seat first. Find the screws and bolts around the door handle and arm rest. Most Ford's have screws around the outer side of the panel. I don't believe your's does. The panel lifts or pops off. Once the panel is off, you can reach down and open the door. Just a note. I have done some to where the panel came out in pieces.
The window regulator cable on a Ford Expedition is part of the regulator
assembly and is not serviceable separately. Therefore, if your
Expedition's window regulator cable incurs damage, you'll need to
replace the entire regulator. The cable moves the regulator up or down
in response to the window motor. If the cable malfunctions, you won't
have command of your Expedition's power
window until you replace the regulator. If you have basic auto-repair
skills and an hour of free time, you can replace your Expedition's
Pry the window switch bezel out
of the Expedition's door panel using your trim tool. Disconnect the
switch from the door harness by hand and set the switch/bezel assembly
Remove the hex head screws from
the door panel using the Phillips screwdriver. Depending on the year of
your Expedition, you may need to remove a trim cover from behind the
inner door handle with the trim tool to expose that screw.
Lift the door panel up and off the door by hand. If your Expedition has a courtesy light
in the lower-trailing edge of the panel, disconnect that light from the
door wiring harness before moving the panel away from the door.
Push the Expedition's window to
the top of the window frame by hand. Tape the glass to the top of the
door with packing tape to prevent it from dropping back down.
Remove the window regulator
mounting bolts with the socket set. Unbolt the regulator from the window
glass with the socket set. Pull the old regulator out of the
Expedition's door by hand.
Set the new window regulator into the Expedition's door by hand. Bolt it in place with the socket set.
Reinstall the Expedition's door panel in reverse of how you removed it.
Those GM truck spare tire lifts can be a problem. There's a secondary catch to prevent the tire from accidently coming down. The problem seems to happen when corrosion sets in due to exposure to the elements. The secondary catch won't release. If you can lower the tire a little bit you should be able to reached up over top the spare tire and the lift. In the center is a bolt the holds the lift in place (I believe it has a 15 mm head). I removed the bolt and was able to lower the tire and lift assembly. It's easier to clean and lube the lift if it's on the ground. Check the spring at the end of the cable. If it's brocken you'll have to replace the lift.
Cable is broken or stretched. pick up the bottom seat and see the cable end if broken or slack from being stretched pull that cable and then the back should fold down. Ibelieve you will need to remove seat to repair the cable. the bottom seat when lifted pulls on a cable that releases the backs lock to fold down
Bottom left next to driver's door is the pull handle.
Reach under the hood (you may have to pry a bit to get your fingers in there, particularly if the hydraulic gas lifts are dead so the hood stays down), slightly down and right from center. There's a flat lever you'll push right to release the catch.
Have about a 4' stick handy to prop it up if the lifts are dead, and make sure it's someplace which won't slip, if you do that.
Lube the mechanism with light oil such as 3-in-1 while you're there, and replace the lifts if they won't hold the hood up, not a big deal to do or costly...
On the transmission, where the cable adjusts, loosen the adjuster enough to have enough slack in the cable to remove the hardware holding the cable on the release lever. Then from under the dash, unhook the cable from the clutch pedal. Lift the cable end up off the pedal hook.