Question about 1998 Ford Expedition
Someone broke out the rear passenger vent glass in my truck. I have purchased the new glass assembly put cannot figure out to get it in. HELP!!!! Too cold for my kids to be riding around with this glass out!
It is easiest if you remove the door panel and passenger glass first. Once that is done it is much easier to remove the weather stripping, seal and vent window.
Posted on Dec 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Since it was just the glass that was broken, I had to remove the extra parts that came with the new mirror I purchased from Ford service department. Once I made the change it all made sense!
Posted on Dec 23, 2008
I have the 03 Expy with continuous rear air unit "clicking" or more accurately flapping of the air damper while the plastic gears in the 2L2H-19E616-AA grind away into toothlessness. Ford designed this unit to find the end of travel by jamming the motor to a stop and monitoring the current to determine when to stop applying voltage. That would probably be fine if the gears were designed to handle the jammed torque or the motor did not slip out of groove and continue turning and cracking the plastic gears.
There are two white colored boxes, one is for the temp plenum door, the other the upper/lower air flow. To be sure, do what I did, turn on the ignition, rear ac/heat and listen for the obnoxious click/thump as you move the temp control from full heat to full cool, you will know which part. Disconnect the electrical connector, four bolts and it is out!
Go to your dealer, part should be about $60 or less, look on line, lots of dealers sell for this or less on internet.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Yes - there should be a cosmetic cover on the inside where the mirror connects.. Pop the cosmetic cover off and you will see how to detatch it from the car.
Posted on Sep 21, 2009
Brakes are a mere coincidence. Nothing about brakes ties to window elec. The window may have come off track, the glass area is quite large.
Posted on Mar 07, 2010
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