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Below the oval plastic cover, push down the fabric and cushion, you should find a circlip/exterior cotter pin that will slide to the driver/passenger side. You need to remove this from both posts and headrest will slide up and out of seat. Be patient, they can be hard to see and or remove. A flat screwdriver or needle nose pliers may be useful. Good luck!

1996 Ford... • Answered on Apr 26, 2021


it should be listed on the title but call a dealer and ask

Ford Explorer... • Answered on Apr 20, 2021


If the rack and pinion are new check the tie rod ends and ball joints, also check the steering idler if it has one .

2002 Ford... • Answered on Apr 11, 2021


On my 2016 Ford Escape the rear passenger seat folded down and would not hold back up the problem was that the seat belt buckle pivoted down below the level of the seat when I try to raise the back of the sheet the seat belt buckle would prevent it it ended up crushing the plastic on the seat belt buckle preventing it from working the hold the seat belt I was able to repair the seat belt buckle with a screwdriver regular Style and a cigarette lighter the soft in the plastic back up so it would stay in position

2003 Ford... • Answered on Mar 19, 2021


Call a junk yard b/c they can cross reference with the different options I.e driving/fog lights cutouts

Ford Explorer... • Answered on Feb 25, 2021


those nuts are 5/16ths.

1999 Ford... • Answered on Feb 25, 2021


Google year make model fuse box diagram or year make model owners manual

2005 Ford... • Answered on Feb 11, 2021


are you even sure it has a block heater?? if it does it will be in a freeze plug location

2014 Ford... • Answered on Feb 05, 2021


It's a Ford Explorer, you are set up for a lifetime of grief! The codes can be removed by using a code scanner. You can also do it by disconnecting the battery, but that is full of it's own problems. You have multiple electronic issues, you need a good auto-electrician. Lack of heat could be low coolant level stuck thermostat blocked heater matrix faulty blend door actuators faulty control valve Go to the Scotty Kilmer YouTube channel and put Ford Explorer into the search box. https://www.fixya.com/cars/r26859529-resetting_vehicle_anti_theft_system ..

2007 Ford... • Answered on Jan 16, 2021


it may need to be replaced...what is the code you are getting?

2007 Ford... • Answered on Jan 16, 2021


No RPM or fuel to the cylinders could be crank position sensor not giving a pulse. The injectors won't pulse without a signal and I believe the RPM counter comes from the same point.

2003 Ford... • Answered on Jan 16, 2021


Need to check for power at the relay...wiper hi-low relay... connection at the relay (85) 12v and (86) GEM module you should have voltage there also make sure the key ON ACC when check-in it. same for wiper run relay (85), (86), (87) should all have power with key on and turn wipers on...need to check which side is not getting power.

1995 Ford... • Answered on Jan 12, 2021


Alternator fuse blown? The output from the alternator connects directly to the battery through a large fuse or you have a broken wire/connector.

Ford Explorer... • Answered on Jan 03, 2021

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