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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can provide a fuse box diagram of a 96, it is the same, here is a link to that manual from a Ford site. U want to look at page 273
Posted on Dec 02, 2008
It sounds to me ( correct me if I'm wrong ) like the door latch on the side vertical edge of the door is in the LOCKED POSITION. In order to unlock it perform the following. First electrically with the LOCK button UNLOCK the locks. Now with one hand hold the OUTSIDE DOOR HANDLE IN THE OPEN POSITION, while at the same time FLIPPING OPEN THE LATCH. All Done . Now you can close the door. Hope this helps
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
Check your fuses first. Then check for power at the switches, and power from the switches to the respective solenoid and motor. Most likely it's fuses. Also check where the wiring runs through the door into the car for bare spots in the wiring that might have blown the fuses.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
I have a 2006 SV6 with the power sliding doors. The problem that I found was with the contacts on the door ( They are called plungers) the movable pins were losing connection with the fixed part that the plungers slide thru. The plunger unit is very easy to replace if you can find one. The plungers are covered with a rubber cover and is held in place with 2 plastic pins. My Pontiac dealer could not even find one in his books, and claimed that he had never had anyone come with a door problem. My Chevy dealer said that it came with a wiring harness that is not needed for $154. The cure that I came up with was to take the plunger block apart (it snaps together)and replace the rusted out springs then solder 3" wires to the end of the plunger pins (they solder easy) to the tabs that go to the plug ( pop out the tabs to solder them or you will melt the plastic). It took about 45 min. now the doors work like new and will never loose contact
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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