Question about Ford Expedition
The first thing i would check that is very common is the wiring going into door this is located where the door hinges are, its inside rubber boot, pull boot away from door and body and check closely for broken wires, do the say with the door as the lock was punched in, remove the door panel and make sure all wires are connected and good also that nothing is jamming linkage,theres a switch that is part of the latch as is the actuator, and last is the lock switch, all power runs through the switch thats how all other doors lock and unlock, hope this helps,
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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