Question about 1999 Ford Expedition
Those keyless code pads go out so often and have so many problems ( fuses blow and touch pad contacts fail ). the truck is fairly easy to jimmy if you have the right tool ( stiff wire ) to do it - what you are going to try and attack is the pop up button linkage itself -- if you can get a strong wire and make it into a ' Z ' shape and put a small hook in the end of one end this will grab the linkage and get it to move up,,, you will want to make some small wooden wedges to wedge the door away from the window ( this will make sure that you do not nick and brake the window -- whick is very easy to do ). while fishing the tool in the door - keep your eye on the lock button for movement so you know that you are in the right area.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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