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1957 ford 600 changed the Lift fuilds and the lift stop working

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The support shocks on the rear door need to be replaced. You can find them at your local auto parts store. They are VERY easy to install. Compare prices before you buy. Prices vary.

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Check to see if wire has fallen off the PTO gear box. Let me know if this didn't help and I will give you some other suggestions. You may have a bad pull in coil.

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SOURCE: 95 f-150 3 inch lift hit bumps at 35 mph and front shakes bad

Check your wheelbearings for play and your tierod ends for play,I'm sure one of these two are at fault.

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I found this URL on internet http://www.chefseattle.com/blog/site-news/suburban-rear-liftgate-wont-unlock-how-to-fix/ If your vehicle is similiar maybe it can help.

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you will have to drill or chisel out the rivets that hold in the regulator. then remove the regulator, replace motor and reinstall with supplied bolts from motor kit.

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