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On my 2010 territory the tailgate will not open.for the last couple of days it has kept clicking when i have opened the tailgate but now there is nothing i can not open it, any ideas please.


An electric tailgate release needs power and it is possible the wiring has internal breaks where it passes from the body to the tailgate. This isn't unusual.

The only way is to get inside and remove the interior tailgate trim and troubleshoot and provide independent power if necessary to open it.

Jan 02, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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How to remove the inside panel of the tailgate on a 2004 Ford Territory


Check out Youtube - have seen lots of tailgate videos on there

Nov 07, 2016 | Ford Territory Cars & Trucks

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Tailgate won't open on 2008 territory I can open the glass but there is no visible override for door and I can't see how to remove trim with door closed. Anyone know how to fix this please?


The top trim pops off. The bottom will pop off at the top of it only, may be a screw on each side to remove. The rest is guessing. Once the top of the bottom panel is loose, reach down and feel for the release for the latch. The latch usually goes left to right. Once open you can remove the remaining screws and replace the latch, if necessary.

May 24, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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How do I remove the tail light?


in the boot along the boot carpet towards the back of the lights there should be part of the carpet that could be pulled behind that u will find the nuts or bolts for the lights

Jun 11, 2015 | 2007 Ford Territory 4.0

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How do you remove Tailgate interior PANEL on Ford Freestar 2004 tailgate door


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Remove the 2 bolts from handle, #2 from picture. Remove 2 screws from either side of door pane(#4) now just the clips hold it on, pull panel off at one corner and work your way around until its completely removed.
Thank you and good luck,
Lee

Jun 03, 2010 | 2004 Ford Freestar

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Rear window loose


Check with Ford for recall info. There were a few years the rear window hinges were defective and recalled.

Mar 24, 2010 | 1999 Ford Explorer

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How to remove rear door panels on a 2003 ford f 250to get to door switch


Tailgate latch, handle and lock
  • Open the tailgate.
  • Remove the two bolts and detach the door stop.
  • Lower the tailgate and remove the tailgate access cover.
  • Disconnect the control rods.
  • Detach the retaining nuts and remove the handle and lock cylinder assembly from the tailgate.
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Door trim panels
  • Disconnect the cable(s) from the negative battery terminal(s).
  • On manual window equipped models, pull the window crank cover aside, remove the screw and detach the handle.
  • On the front door of power window equipped models Pry up on the retaining clip at the front edge of the armrest and lift the armrest switch control plate out and disconnect the electrical connections,then remove the retaining bolt from the opening.
  • Use a small screwdriver to pry off the courtesy light cover for access to the trim panel retaining bolt.
  • Carefully pry off the mirror trim panel from above the front edge of the door panel.
  • Once all of the bolts are removed, remove the trim panel by gently pullingit up and out .Detach the courtesy light bulb housing from the panel.
  • For access to the inner door components, remove the speaker (if it would interfere with watershield removal) and the screws from the trim piece at the lower trailing corner of the door, then carefully peel the watershield from the door.
  • Remove the screws securing the latch.
  • Working through the large access hole, position the latch as necessary to disconnect the electrical connector and disengage the outside door handle and outside lock cylinder to latch rods and the inside handle-to-Iatch cable.
  • Detach the locking rods by unsnapping The remaining outside handle retaining nut can be reached through the access hole in the door frame and the upper striker the portionof the plastic clip engaging the connecting rod, then pulling the rod out of its locating hole.
  • Position the latch as necessary to disengage the door lock actuator hook. Detach the cable cover and disconnect the cable from the latch. Remove the latch assembly from the door.

Oct 30, 2009 | 2003 Ford F250 Super Duty Crew Cab

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Replace tailgate handle on 1998 nissan frontier


On back of the gate, you can remove screws that are along the edge of the trim and then gently pull back on the trim as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want to break them. Once the trim is off, you can access the screws securing the tailgate handle to the tailgate

Oct 14, 2009 | 1998 Nissan Frontier

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I need to remove 2004 toyota sequoia tailgate door panel to get access the rear tail light to install a backup camera. I don't see any obvious removal points.


Slide the plastic cover off the tailgate ******** the passenger side to reveal a 10mm bolt.

Remove the bolt and the strap/

Using a flat prying instrument, remove the center trim section one the inside of the tailgate above the window.

Grab the top edges of the side trim sections on the inside of the tailgate and pull down to remove.

Using a flat instrument, pry at the bottom edge of the tailgate main trim panel, it is held on with about 12 plastic pop-in fasteners so it will take several 'pops' before it is released.

Behind that there is a metal access cover the width of the tailgate, held on by ~5x pop in fasteners and ~10x 10 mm bolts. Remove the bolts and pop the panel loose, it will hang by the wiring so support it while you do your camera work :)

The license plate trim panel, should you need to remove it, requires remoaval of the license plate.

Then remove ~3x 10mm bolts from the top of the panel, accessed from the inside.

Using long needle nose pliers compress the pop-fasteners holding the lower corners of the license plate trim panel on, being careful not to let it drop and slide down the vehicle, scratching the paint :)

Sep 20, 2009 | 2003 Toyota Sequoia

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KEY CHANGE


is it a door cylinder or the ignition. a door lock will have a clip, the tailgate will have one accessible from the inside of the tailgate, the doors will have a clip that goes through the side of the door near the latch. In the case of the ignition cylinder the trim surrounding the steering column and some of the dash trim will have to be removed, but I am not sure how the cylinder is actually held on to the switch.

Oct 22, 2008 | 1990 Ford Bronco

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