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Install new bumper pad lower and upper on 99 ford expedition

Upper and lower just pry off old and push on new pad ???

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They have little arrow head type devices that push into slots in the metal bumper, to get the old ones off you can go in from behind and pinch the arrow head things with pliers and push the out but really if you are just going to throw the old pad away just pry them up and they will come off. the new bottom one may be difficult and you will think it is too short but really it will go on. start in the middle and work your way outward. you will need a rubber hammer to make the arrowhead clips sink in to the proper depth to open into the slots

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SOURCE: I have installed new upper and lower hinges for my

most of these cars the only part you can change is the pins if your are bolted on you can adjust loosen the bolts one hinge at a time to adjust... when changing a door with live hinges you should mark ware the old hinges were so you can put the new hinges in the same place
if you car has welded hinges you have to bend the door at the hinge or door support ( its not as hard as it seems)

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Fig. Fig. 1 Turn the ignition switch to the RUN position and push the lock cylinder release pin with a suitable punch while ...


Fig. Fig. 2 ... pulling out the lock cylinder


Fig. Fig. 3 Remove 3 steering column shroud retaining screws and ...


Fig. Fig. 4 ... remove the upper and ...


Fig. Fig. 5 ... lower steering column shrouds


Fig. Fig. 6 Remove the switch retaining screws, lift the switch assembly up and ...


Fig. Fig. 7 ... detach the switch electrical connectors to remove the switch

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