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2005 ford focus wont go forward or backward

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Sounds like transmission failure, and you will most likely need to take it to a repair shop for proper diagnostics

Posted on Jul 29, 2013

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SOURCE: 99 FORD TAURUS driver SEAT RAIL TRACK

U will need to replace the power seat transmission, the gears are most likely stripped out, not uncommon, this part is $800 so i would suggest u try to locate a used one.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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SOURCE: The lever to move the driver's seat forward and backward doesn't

The reason is that your sliding grips have been slipped and therefore jammed at one position.

Remove the seat open it's sliding grips and replace it.

Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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SOURCE: The electric front seats both stopped moving

I Had the similar problem and had to replace the power motor so it can work again, I can imagine it's gonna cost a lot for your lexus, Normally this happens because of constant use.

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SOURCE: the angle of the headrest is too far forward on 2010 ford focus

try cleaning battery connections and starter connections if this does not help check timeing may be out. check nfor possible over heating. berrydalewolf

Posted on Oct 27, 2009

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SOURCE: replacing starter 2005 ford focus

starter is located behind the motor under the intake manifold, to replace remove the battery cable & air filter box and remove 2 15mm bolts that go through the bell housing into the starter then get under the car and remove 4 10mm nuts & bolts that attach a plate from intake to the block then remove 1 more 15mm bolt holding starter in and pull it back then nose first down then remove 10mm and 13mm nuts on starter solonoid removing cable and wiggle it out past the half shaft and vualla its out

Posted on Aug 15, 2010

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