Question about 2004 Ford E150
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Wil it work at the door switch or not at either switch? If not make sure you have power and ground to the motor in up and down positions. if so suspect the motor.Also the cable operated regulators break and will not let the window go up or down
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
Selection lever does not move to AC vent or floor vent only to the defrost. AC compressor does not kick in when AC is selected.
Vacuum level is at 18 instead of 23.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2003 Ford
I just encountered this problem with my 2000 Ford Excursion. After fighting with it for several hours I realized that the section of the seat that is facing up towards the roof of the vehicle was applying pressure to the back of the seat that was facing down and preventing the back of the seat from coming up when I pulled the lever. So, the next time I pushed the seat up that is facing the roof while I pulled the lever and this resovled my problem.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
Might have to open and see if the powerr comes to the unit. If not there can be a break inthe door hinges section where the main power comes in.
If power is present but not the control, it can be failure of the switch control, failure of the logic control IC, failure of the motor.
Posted on Sep 24, 2010
Okay so im just going to start from the seat being upright in a normal riding position.
1. You need to fold the head rests first. Pull the black tab under both headrests. They should spring into a folded position.
2. pull the side seat lever (on the door side of the seat). This will fold the top/back support down to an angle.
3. There is one more lever on the backside of this seat. Its in plain sight on the angled portion of your seat. Lift the big plastic lever.
4. While keeping the handle lifted, grasp the back of the seat and pull it torwards the front of the car. The seat should come unlocked and roll forward and down more towards the floor. If you have a bunch of junk on the floor, it obviously wont work. clear the path and the seat will fold completely flat.
Also, your drivers seat and front passenger seat cannot be all the way back, they need to come forward some in order for the second row seats' head rests to clear and fold flat.
Posted on Oct 22, 2010
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