Question about Ford Explorer Sport
I have seen both wood and bricks used to put under a seat frame. Some of the seat mounts do not give you much room for using a wrench. They give you room for a 3/8th air rachet and socket. Especially if you are a little shorter you can elevate the frame and then put wood in the cavity and then lower the seat for a temporary fix.
There are some operating parts I have no name for, but they connect the gears on each side of the seat track. So the wood blocks have to fit between these parts. I can recommend a Salvage yard called "Parts Galore" which is expanding Nationwide. Again wrenching on this stuff is hard without power tools.
Can't address swapping passenger and driver tracks. Check out small "C" clamps or conduit clamp.
Posted on Jul 26, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Lift up on the switch plate until it snaps out ,remove the bolt from under there and the bolts along the bottom of the panel. There may be a few others so look around. When all are removed lift up on the door panel(DO NOT pull towards you it will destroy the panel). Your mirror is now accessible.
Posted on Nov 29, 2008
Ebay sells a replacement handle that looks exactly like factory handle but just screws on, it is a very common thing to break, as mine did.
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
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