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If you think it's stuck because of some rust , then here is what to do :
first you need a doctor syringe filled with brake oil that you use for brakes . I need you inject this oil between and inside the joints of the door . Give it big loads .and let the oil get deep inside the joints for a quite long time 3 or 4 hours or maybe more just to be sure . Before you do that i need you to cover the seats with a big piece of plastic to protect them from oil drops . after a while just try to move it forward and backward to check if that worked . You need to be patient with that ..
Electrical problems are very difficult to solve on a car without the electrical diagram and the correct test equipment. It sounds like you have an "electrical short" which if not repaired correctly will result in having a "fire" and no car at all.
I strongly suggest you take your car to a Ford Dealer and have them solve your problem.