Question about Ford Expedition
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The seat position is changed through the use of a cable that runs through a flexible tunnel, under the seat. In one case that I'm aware of, this cable got stuck around a projecting seat spring under the seat. When the seat was reclined and moved backward or forward, the cable caught on the seat spring and the seat had insufficient slack in the cable to release from the reclined position.
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
Yes, the front panel needs to be removed but it takes 2 minutes. There are two screws holding the panel on, look above the instrument cluster. Once you remove those, gently pry the panel loose with a small flathead.. there are probably 8 plastic clips that hold it on.
Once the panel is loose, you'll need to disconnect all the plugs from the back, like the headlight switch, Info Center, and AC/Heater controls. You'll probably also need to lower the tilt wheel all the way down and place the shifter all the way down as well. You should be able to work the panel out then.
The radio is then held in place with 2 - 4 screws.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
SOURCE: Power seat won't recline
are there any other leavers or dials around the seat that you can see that may operate the back rest independantly?
can you see the motors are they intact?
is there a button that selecets the particular funtion you wish to do?
it is functional, can you test that?
dirt is a major key in faulty switcches and can oftem be cleaned
Posted on May 05, 2009
you have a vacuum loss to the ac control head, the motors that divert air are vacuum operated, if you loose vacuum the system goes to defrost for safety reasons, the vacuum comes from the engine, then goes o a plastic vacuum tank under the hook start there, it is a 3/16 id hose.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
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