Question about Ford Windstar
First check all of the fuses under the drivers side dash (where your left knee rests while sitting down in the drivers seat) Make sure they are not burnt out. If the fuses are perfect then most likely the door lock actuator has failed. Here is how to repair and replace it:
It slides in from the direction of the outside of the door.
There is a very thin narrow **** located where the striker hits the lock on the outside door jam and this goes directly to the side of the actuator. Use a putty knife then push it into the **** and then push onto the actuator releasing the little friction clip that you can see on the new actuator.
You then have to push and push this whole thing towards the outside wall of the door which doesn't go too easily. The good thing though is that the new ones slide right into place easily.
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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