Yes, but I doubt your problem is simply that it is "off-track." Off-track refers to the glass slipping out of the two felt/rubber lined u-shaped channels that the glass goes up and down in, on either side of the glass. Frankly, unless the window channel mountings have come loose from the door, or they have been taken loose and not put back together right, or the door has collision damage, it is unlikely that your problem is merely that the window has come off track. It is more likely that you have a bad window regulator. The windows are run up and down by a cable and pully system in the window regulator assembly, and it is more highly likely that a plastic pulley has broken, the cable is now bound up in the regulator, and you need a new regulator.
Take door panel off. and put window back on track.
where is the power window relay 1998 ford expedition
regulater is riveted in
Bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine in a Ford Expedition
I have the same problem on my 1998 Ford Expedition XLT. I have put it back on track about 5 times and keeps coming off again and again. I'm going to use the same glue the windshield installers used. I'm going to buy a tube of the glue from them, this will resolve the window from coming off track.
Anything from the 1997 to 2000 will fit.
First cylinder on the passenger side.
TAKE THE DOOR PANEL OFF FIRST
Bad window regulator. The cables are not pulling evenly and it tilts the window.
Passenger side of the engine....back where the engine and transmission meet.
Okay, I figured this out myself and am answering for future people. Take both of the rubber tracks that are inside the doors out (the rear comes out, just lay it in the door, while the front one just unclips and moves forward.) Roll the window mechanism all the way down, get the front roller in the window track, and then push the window all the way forward (this is why you took the track out) so you can get the rear roller into the window track. If one of those rollers comes out of its door track then roll the window all the way up and you can get it back in.
Aligning a driver side window on a 1998 Honda Civic requires the removal of the door panel. With the door panel off move the window until it can properly align to the track. Once aligned slide the window into place and reinstall the door panel.
I noticed that " Helpfull " had answered that the air suspension relay on a 1998 Ford Expedition was located on a bracket by the passenger side headlight . ( he came up with the answer after doing a Google search about 21 hours ago - was the answer not correct ? )
There are a couple of reasons why a window won't go up on a 1998 Malibu. The window may be off track or the window motor has stopped working.
In the right front passenger footwell , behind ( or by ) the kick panel
In a Ford Expedition bank 1 is the passenger side of the engine , bank 2 is the drivers side
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In the right front passenger footwell , behind the kick panel
According to the Owners Guide it is in the right front passenger footwell , behind the kick panel
How do you change gear oil in a 1998 expedition?"
Check the fuse box for blown fuses.
THere is two screws on the bottom of panel. then there is a plate behind door latch remove and there is a screw 5/16 or 8mm will do it then unplug window module then lift up. Yeah I got it. Kenny Wideman Jersey_bad_boy@yahoo.com
you will have coolant in your passenger front floorboard and when you turn your heater on your windshield will fog up
The 1998 Ford Expedition owners manual shows ( 5W-30 )
According to the 1998 Ford Expedition Owner Guide : The fuel pump shut off switch ( inertia switch ) is located in the front passenger foot well , behind the kick panel * the reset button is on top of the switch