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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Unscrew the two screws holding the handle on the bottom of the tailgate, then using a long screwdriver pry the clips loose on the inside holding the panel on. Replace in the same order.
Posted on May 18, 2009
Remove the 2 bolts from handle, #2 from picture. Remove 2 screws from either side of door pane(#4) now just the clips hold it on, pull panel off at one corner and work your way around until its completely removed.
Thank you and good luck,
Posted on Jun 03, 2010
SOURCE: the tailgate handle on my
pop off the 2x2 cover on the gate. there is a wire towards the back. Pull it to the right. It should open. My wire snapped, so I had to push a notch so that a small metal bar with a hole can been seen if you can work thru that two inch hole stick a screw driver in it pull it to the right tailgate will open. Than take off back panel you will see a bar that slides, place handle back in a slide bar so it fits in the grove on the handle. NOW for the important part take wire and wrap around the bar so that it doesn't slide again. It should be fix. Took me about 15 minutes. I am a 54 yr old female so it's not that hard.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
SOURCE: 2005 Freestar "door open signal"
Chances are the autolock doesn't work because it "sees" a door open. Check the plunger between the door and the frame of each door to see if the plunger is broken, bent, or otherwise not working.
Posted on Jun 05, 2011
SOURCE: Hi I have a 6
you can remove and take of back to remove cd inside, but wouldn't recommend, they are considered to be sealed units. The only supported way to do is take to the dealership parts department and they can send out to their supplier to be repaired..not what you wanted to hear, but even if you would like to replace with a used one, they have an internal module called ACM, this information will have to be uploaded and then downloaded to new internal ACMin the new radio
sorry, but that is the new technology at its best, limiting what people can do on their own
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
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