I just finsished working on this problem. There are three screws that hold the door panel on. One on the opposite side of the rear-view mirror. Another just below it (seen with the door open) and one in the middle on the bottom. When these three screws are removed, carefully pry the plastic trim from around the door handle. You can use a screwdriver. Then gently slide the panel up.
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Oct 7, 2012 - Uploaded by zephmont
My 2005 Crown Vic is blowing out a little heat at times but not how it normally does. .... actuator to press the ...
It is possible to adjust the door however you need to be sure that there is no play in the hinges. Open the door and look at the latch and striker (where the latch goes against). If there is wear on either part then the hinges are probably worn. Lift up on the door and check for excessive play. If play is present the hinges should be checked and replaced if necessary. You may be able to adjust the door to the correct position if there is little to no wear in the hinges. The hinge attaching bolts need to be loosened but left snug. A floor jack with padding can be installed under the door for support. Move the door to the desired position and retighten the bolts. It may tke several tries before you get in right. It helps to make the hinges before moving them so that you have a refernce point. Good luck.
remove the screws for the catch all box ot the bottom of door, remove the window switch and the two hex head screws that hold the door panel on under the switch. remove the screws under the arm rest and remove it. When that is done it just un snaps from door
The window may be off track. Remove the door panel (careful not to break the plastic clips) and attempt to roll the window back up. It it still does not move, you may have a blown window motor for that door. You will be able to lift the window to the closed position if weather is a factor until you get the new motor.
You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. If needed, you can pull back the weather seal
(can't reuse it, but it's not that important) and you will be able to
access everything inside the door
normally you have to loosen the track and it comes out as one whole assembly stop by a dealer in the parts department and ask them to print out a diagram or show them the part you are having the problem with