Question about Raypak HEATER HEADER GASKETS (SET OF 9)
The electrial window on the drivers side is loose and has to be held up by tape or it will fall into the door and the pass slide is now starting to slipp and now is stuck 1/2 way up and sounds like it can break ( it is Jammed) MY emissions test failed due to the PRESSURE test ( TANk) isnt there suppose to be a gasket on the fuel where the nozzel is!! it is pretty loose and the tank was dropped before and some onw told me it doesnt need the gasket??
gasket part #FAZZ-9072da # id the part # my friend was to use to get a gasket that was at the ford dealer. he broke the original one , told me it was replaced and today the mechanic doesnt see any gaskets at all
I dont get the point what you are asking, I think you should see a proper mechanic to get all of your problems fixed.
Posted on Jun 02, 2010
Electric windows in most new cars today are a convenience item, but when they break, it's anything but convenient. Most problems stem from the wiring or the window motor itself. This article will explain how to check and, if necessary, fix your electric windows.
The steps are:
1 Check the fuses under the driver's side dash. Locate the fuse for the electric windows. If it has popped, replace the fuse.
Play with the electrical switches. Over years of use, dirt and debris can clog the switches. If the windows go up or down intermittently, then this is the issue. Squirt some alcohol into the switch area and clean with q-tips.
Step 3 Check for any loose connections at the fuse box. Also check for any frayed wiring. You can repair loose wiring by re-wrapping it with electrical tape and securing the connection.
Step 4 Undo the negative cable on the battery terminal. Wrap the end of a flat head screwdriver with a rag to prevent damage to your door panel and trim. Pry the trim and door panel off with the screwdriver. Locate the window motor. In most cars, it is held on with a few screws in the center of the door. Unplug the electrical connections and unscrew the brackets holding the unit in place. Replace the unit and test it to ensure your electric window is functioning properly.
IF THE WINDOW IS STUCK FOLLOW THESE STEPS :
Check the fuse panel for fuses with disrupted filaments. Fuse panels are typically on the left side of the dashboard between the dash and the door. The electric window system is linked to the fuses in this panel, and there may also be a secondary fuse box under the hood on the driver's side fender. This secondary panel operates primary engine functions, but some manufacturers run window subsystems through this box. Replace any blown fuses with a new unit that has the proper rating (indicated by color). Step 2 Disconnect the battery by turning the positive terminal bolt counterclockwise with a socket wrench. Pry the electric window switch panel from the door or armrest with a screwdriver. Disconnect the switches from the wiring harness by pulling the adapter plugs apart with your hands. Smell the switch assembly for a burn odor, and check it for excessive moisture. Replace the switch assembly with a new unit or replace the individual switches. Step 3 Remove the door panel by turning the interior door handle screws counterclockwise with the screwdriver. Turn the armrest bolts counterclockwise with the socket wrench. Pull the panel firmly with your hands to disengage the pop rivets holding it to the door metal. When all the rivets are loose, the panel will come away from the door. Set it aside, away from the work area. Step 4 Check the window regulator joints for damage. Any damaged joints will require complete replacement of the window regulator (turn the mount bolts counterclockwise and maneuver the regulator from the door). Grab the window glass and lightly move it back and forth in the regulator to check it for play. There should be no play in the side-to-side motion of the glass; if there is, then it may be stuck due to being misaligned. Secure the glass connections to the regulator by tightening the fittings. Be sure to align the glass before tightening the fittings, and do not tighten them too far. Many manufacturers differ in the construction of this fastener, so check with the repair manual for your specific model. Step 5 Replace the electric motor by unplugging it from the wiring harness and turning the mount bolts counterclockwise with the socket wrench. Pull the motor from the regulator gears. Position the new motor into the regulator gears, then secure the mount bolts in a clockwise direction with the socket wrench. Reconnect the wiring harness by pressing the adapter plugs together with your hands. Step 6 Reattach the door panel by pressing it to the pop rivets, tapping firmly to seat each one. Turn the armrest bolts and interior door handle screws in a clockwise direction until they are snug. Step 7 Reconnect the power window switches to the wiring harness by pressing the adapter plug together. Press the switch assembly into the door panel until it is seated. Step 8 Reconnect the battery by turning the positive terminal bolt in a clockwise direction with the socket wrench.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
Well you are going to have to get a new gasket. Now the doors are pretty easy to fix, but you will have to remove the doors to get at them. You really should get a service manual, for your whip, and in there it shows you step by step what to do.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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