For vans without the driver's side sliding door, begin by removing the middle row seating. Then starting behind the driver's seat and working towards the rear of the vehicle remove the side wall panels. Watch out for the "Christmas trees" or plastic push in retainers behind the panels and hidden screws (screws that the upholstry has covered over) usually along the bottom of the panels just above the floor. Then it is just a matter of removing the 8-10, 10mm nuts that hold the window to the body. Window and frame are permanently bonded together and come off as one unit. While access is provided, now is a good time to clean and inspect rear a/c unit (if installed). To re-install reverse the above procedure.
Remove center seats, remove inside door handle, use door pad removal tool to remove plastic Christmas tree holders, Remove top section of plastic trim first, then remove the bottom section of the door pad, then unscrew the 3/8in nuts that hold the window or remnants there of in place. Some prying with a thin putty knife may be necessary to remove the window due to the windshield glue that acts as a sealant .
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YOU MUST REMOVE DOOR AND WINDOW HANDLES, ARM REST AND THEN YOU CAN POP THE DOOR PANEL WITH A LARGE SCREWDRIVER OR A REMOVAL TOOL FOR THE PASTIC PUSH IN RETAINERS
Window Adjustment 101 ---- Door Window Height Adjustment (Major)Door Window Height Adjustment (Minor)Door Window Tip-In AdjustmentBaseline SettingRemove door panel & water deflector.Remove door speaker assembly.Remove window door clamp sight access plugs.Position window to access clamp nuts.Disconnect window switch.Loosen window clamp nuts through door top opening.Regulator in full UP position.Loosely tighten rear window clamp nut.With helper, position window to door opening.Tighten window clamps to 89 lb/in.Open door and install window clamp access plugs.Install speaker, water deflector, door panel.Perform minor height and tip-in adjustments as necessary:Window fully UP.Remove large access plug (under front of door).Loosen window regulator front channel mounting nut.Remove reflector from door panel.Loosen jack screw jam nut.Adjust tip-in with jack screw (clockwise = outward).Tighten jack screw jam nut.Lower window.Tighten window regulator front channel mounting nut.Raise window, check alignment.Reinstall access plug & reflector.Door Window Height Adjustment (Minor)If window height is off less than 3mm. (0.12").Open door and remove both small access plugs (under door).Loosen regulator jack screw jam nuts (both).Adjust both jack screws equally.Close the door and check alignment.Reinstall access plugs.
It appears the Windstar alternators have a large price range: $107-250. See "Related Questions" below for installation and testing procedures
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I have a 95 ford windstar its uses a 30mm deep socket. Try asking Auto Zone they gave me the answer for mine. Hopes this helps.
Just about anything large enough to fit through the window.
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Well, If you are looking for all the icons in Control panel. Click "view" and choose small or large icon to view all the hidden control panel list.
Far back left corner of the cargo area. Remove the interior trim and the small cargo hatch to access (be gentle as the large plastic piece can break)
the regulator is riveted in, so you have to move the window position to where you can see the bottom two bolts in the access hole in the door. i think it is pretty close to about mid-way; half of the window is down, half of the window is up. unbolt the two bolts at the bottom, hold the glass and tip the large end upwards towards the top jamb. (that makes it easier to get out.) repeat in reverse to get the window in. the regulator should still be in the same spot. angle the window downwards, line the ends up with the sash, and level the window out. make sure that the window is in the sash correctly by sliding it up and down by hand. move the window into position and bolt it back to the regulator. the regulator is riveted in, so you have to move the window position to where you can see the bottom two bolts in the access hole in the door. i think it is pretty close to about mid-way; half of the window is down, half of the window is up. unbolt the two bolts at the bottom, hold the glass and tip the large end upwards towards the top jamb. (that makes it easier to get out.) repeat in reverse to get the window in. the regulator should still be in the same spot. angle the window downwards, line the ends up with the sash, and level the window out. make sure that the window is in the sash correctly by sliding it up and down by hand. move the window into position and bolt it back to the regulator.
When a pointer has a large hand, it is a link that opens another window, if a small hand, same window.
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