Question about 2002 Ford F150 Regular Cab
Had a problem with the motor not working. Pulled the motor from the door, and hit it against the tire a few times, plugged it in, and it worked for about another 3 months. Next time it only worked for ~ 3 weeks, so it go replaced.
You will need to remove the door panel, and where the dimples are at on the metal door panel, you need to drill them out with a hole saw. I used a 3/4" hole saw. This gives you access to the bolts ( actually sheet metal screws with hex heads ) to remove the motor.
When you unbolt the motor from the mount, reach in through the speaker opening, and grab the motor and turn anti-clock wise ( when looking from the outside ). Unplug the pigtail for the power to the motor.
You should also test the pigtail connector to make sure you are getting power to the motor prior to doing all this, but I am suspecting you do have power, and the issue is the carbon build up in the motor.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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