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Haynesmanual at autoparts easy upkeep on any make..read safetyfirst

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Damaged lock couplings maybe ....... take a look.

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maybe its seized?? bearings bad etc.. replace it

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Here is a site that has a lot of information on the rear shade. It has wiring diagrams and instructions on what to check.
https://www.justanswer.com/ford/bnz87-rear-sun-shade-10-taurus-sho-will-not-stay.html

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you need to stop by a dealer with your vin and proof you own

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I am not familiar with the vehicle but the usual method to remove the panel is either brute force and lots of ignorance or remove the seats through the passenger door for improved access.
Even with the seats out it might be necessary to butcher the panel due to lack of clearance between the end of the dash and the door.

Those thoroughly familiar with the door internals can sometimes release the rear of the panel and work blind with one hand through the resulting gap to release the door catch.

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If your phone isn't connecting to SYNC properly, try the following steps:
  1. Turn ignition off
  2. Open and close the driver's door
  3. Wait for SYNC to turn off completely. Watch for the clusters to power off
  4. Wait 30 seconds before proceeding
  5. Turn ignition on
  6. Wait for SYNC to turn on completely. Watch for the clusters to power on

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The CV joints might be worn and need a new boot or even replacement of the entire part. Or it could also be your motor mounts. The motor mounts could be worn and your engine isn't well secured to the crossmember, causing the clunking sound. ... A damaged parking pawl can cause this clunking sound that you've described.

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Under the gear shift gaitor!

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It could be anything, but all bad and all very expensive. My guess is that your timing chain broke and all your valves where bashed by the pistons.

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