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Sep 6, 2014 - Uploaded by craiwin
I fixed my 1997 Ford Explorer Door won't open problem! ... I have the same problem but my passenger side door on my 2001 Ford Explorer locked and won't open smh ... will this work for the rear passenger doors? ... How to Replace Rear Inside Door Handle Latch Cable 2002-05 Ford Explorer Mercury ...
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A couple weeks ago the door handle just stopped working on the... 98 Ford Explorer Door Won't Open Part 1 ... The remote would open all other doors. ... on a Ford Exploer 91-2001 - Duration: 7:27. by diversity2 37,309 views.
Jan 1, 2013 - Uploaded by inwinblades
98 Ford Explorer Door Problems- how to open without panel removal. inwinblades .... HELLO panel removal??? door won't open... Been searching all ... ok this better work on all doors, im aboutt o try this on my rear passenger door. .... I didn't care about the plastic door handle so i just "busted" it to pieces.
if not working from drivers or passenger side you need to remove passenger side door skin, with a test light check for power at the motor? If you have power at the motor and the motor is grounded you need a motor. If you dont have power and ground then you need a switch. This can be tricky sometimes the passenger switch is good and the problem is in the drivers side switch which is the main controller.
The skin is only spot welded in a few spots other then that is just a
sealer all around the skin holding it and protecting it at the seam. Remove the door and inner panel.
Drilled out the few spot welds.
Wire wheeled the exposed sealer around skin on the inside door jamb.
Use scraper to slowly work the folded edge up 90 degrees.(anything slim and small would work) (With the old one you could just grind the edge off.)
Carefully pulled skin off.
Few minutes of dolly and hammering around the now new door skin lip to
create a perfect 90 degree shape all around with the edge just peeled
Apply sealant to new door shell edge.
Slide skin on and in exact location needed.
Clamp skin all the way around.
Remove a few clams on one side, start hammer and dolling extra lip back
around the shell lip, when done put clamps back on, and keep going down
the line in this order.
Let clams sit as long as the sealer you have used suggests.
Read more at http://www.honda-tech.com/showthread.php?t=2474146&ktrack=kcplink
if you make a trip to the salvage yard you get to rip a pannel apart finding all the clips and hooks and it's free \
then remove the mirror and di it the right way on your car now that you know the location of all the screws just remember that the manule window handle can be uncliped by running a rag between the door skin and the handle base
It may be that it is not on the track properly or your power window motor is old and tierd and can take the window down but it doesn't have the juice in it any more to bring it back up. replace the motor and it will work. This problem happened to me in my '76 ford ltd and a new motor fixed it.
master door switch, i beleive, but it is a volkswagen. For your problem, if y ou are comfortable take the door skin off and just reconnect everything. I suggest a professional electrical specialist because of the make of your car, and the fact that it sounds like more problems are a comin...
sounds like the lock lach is dry or rusted solid time to take the door skin off or roll window down insert straw from wd40 roll window up and spray the chit out of it unload on the inside of the door and dont be afraid to use 1/2 a can it will run out the botom of the door but it should free the lock once it works re spray the lock with lithium grease inside and out it wll help the lock keep working longer
At the center of the rear door is a actuator that has rods that go to both side and the clip felloff/broke on the Driver(left)side if it has a handel on the inside if you take that apart you can then pull the inside skin back far enough to pull the rod with a pliers and open the door and then make the repairs