How do you put a window back on track in a 2002 Ford Expedition?
Take off the inner door panel then remove them insulation plastic then reach inside and adjust it back on track feeling it with your hands
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On the bottom of the door there are two bolts, you have to remove them. You'll need a small flat head to wedge between the panel and the door so you can release the clips, BE CAREFUL! These are easy to break. Once you get all the clips released you'll see that the door is still attached in the cente…r, you need to use the small flathead to wedge in the interior handle, where you grip the door to pull it shut or push it open. It wont look like the center piece pops out, but I assure you it does. Once that piece is off, there are two more bolts to remove. Make sure you keep track of them. Silver are for the door handle, gold for the bottom bolts. Disconnect the speaker wire, and push up on the door panel. Be gentle because the power window and locks are still connected by a wire. Once the panel slips off, disconnect the lock and window wires. There ya go. However, theres a pretty tricky little metal panel after the door panel. If you get it off let me know. ( Full Answer )
undo your door panle remove the to nuts that hold the window on the rail Slide Rail Back Put Window Downward Angle Pull The Window Out It Will Come Out Easy
Answer . The question you ask is too\ninvolved for a proper answer. \nYou may want to go to a car \nparts store, or book store, and\nget a repair manual for your car.\nThey cost about $16.00\nOr, go to a Public Library.\n.
remove window handle by twisting ring on base of handle and pulling off.pop off cover plate on door handle and remove 2 outside screws on handle.remove 3 or 4 screws on the bottom of door panel,from bottom of panel push up and panel will become free.there are a few things connected to the panel that… need to be removed,they all unplug from door but remember where they go and how they came apart.if you are just trying to put the window back in there are 2 holes with rubber covers,open those and roll window down until you see window clamps,put in window and do not overtighten.if you want to get to the track you need to remove window handle assembely,door latch assembely,and large plate on door.now everything is exposed,you will clearly see the track and how it comes off and on I have a 2000 Jetta. The front passenger window fell off the tracks. I did have it repaired by the shop but later received a recall notice and was refunded my service costs. While this information may not answer your direct question--just maybe, if your car was included in the recall--you could have it repaired with no cost. I have a 1995 Jetta and I found the already posted answers to the above question helped me out with my problem: How do you get the window handle off from a door side panel that has manual roll up windows? The answer is that the window handle pops off by sliding the ring at the base of the window winder(handle). The mechanism is ingenious. It took a bit of finger strength, but no tools required. So don't do what I did at first, which was to try and pry the window winder off with a couple screwdrivers. I nearly broke the handle off. I was surprised at how easy the procedure was once I knew what to do. ( Full Answer )
Lincoln Town Car 1995 What is your make and model? I'm having this problem (among other driver window problems) with my 02 Honda Accent.
There is the rest of the door panel removal below, but one screw that needs removing was not mentioned. On both front doors, there is a 'hidden screw' that is on the front edge of the panel near the top. So, don't forget that one. There is a recall for many VW windows and even if the car is out of w…arranty, you may get it fixed. See this link: http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2002/11/05/150082.html Ask your local dealer and you probably will get it done free. They replace a bracket that holds the window in place. Answer Start by taking the door panel off by undoing the screws on the bottom. Next pop the cover off of the door handle and remove the screw inside there. The rest of the door should pop off and slide upwards. Once the door panel is off there are 10mm bolts to take out that hold a metal panel onto the door. Take this panel off and then you can adjust the window. Answer My passenger side window fell into the door a few weeks ago. This is a covered repair by VW! Call your local dealer and let them know it has happened, and they'll fix both front windows.... A $300 repair for free! PLEASE NOTE: The extended warranty expired in 2007; VW dealerships no longer assume responsibility for this repair. ( Full Answer )
ON MY '81, I CAN FIX IT BY ROLLING THE WINDOW TRACK ALL THE WAY DOWN AND ACCESSING THE WINDOW THROUGH THE REMOVED VENT (AT THE BACK LOWER CORNER OF THE DOOR)AND THE SPEAKER HOLE (AT THE FRONT CORNER). THE TRACK HAS A ROUND KNOB THAT MOVES THE WINDOW UP AND DOWN, AND IT'S FACING AWAY FROM YOU. THE RE…ASON YOUR WINDOW POPS OFF IS THAT THE SQUARE PLASTIC PIECE ATTACHED TO THE ROUND KNOB HAS BROKEN OFF. GENTLY PUSH ON THE BOTTOM OF THE WINDOW AND MOVE THE METAL BRACKET (PART OF THE WINDOW) SO THE RECTANGULAR GAP IN THE MIDDLE IS OVER THE ROUND KNOB, AND THE SLOT IN THE METAL BRACKET IS OVER THE CHANNEL EDGE THAT THE KNOB RIDES IN. FROM NOW ON, EITHER HAVE THIS WINDOW ALL THE WAY UP OR ALL THE WAY DOWN. IT WILL FALL OFF TRACK IF IT'S PART WAY. ( Full Answer )
Answer . I have a 93 Jeep GC. You can put the window back on track but it will certainly come off again. You need a window regulator/actuator. Ive done a lot of research on the web and it seems that most jeeps are having the same issues with the windows. The part is pretty expensive. Someone told… me you can use the rollers offf of a sliding screen door instead ( Full Answer )
Well, after removing the door panel and disconnecting all of the necessary parts( please be careful in doing this, some of the parts will break quite easily ), look toward the inside front of the door (near the hinged area) - there's a track located there that extends all the way up to the top of th…e door and this is probably the reason your window keeps coming off track( this was the case with mine) - There's a bolt that holds the track in place. Loosen it a little to get the window back into the track. Put the window back into the track but make sure that the rubber guide on the upper and lower part of the door remains around the windows edge, re-tighten the bolt and then reconnect the window controls to test it. It should flow up and down as if new. . ( Full Answer )
K, just had this problem, seems as though alot of others do as well. The glass run channel (Rubber that goes around the window) stops sliding like its supposed to (and as far as i tried no type of lube rectified the situation). The channels are like 8o bucks a piece at the Honda shop (not sure bout …aftermarket), both of my widows were screwy so it was time to take care of it. So once you have the new glass run channel pull off the door panel (not hard to do, Google it.. cant really remember, think you just pull and theres some snaps), unbolt the 2 bolts on the window through the door at the bottom. As its already off track it shouldn't be hard to slide up andout the door. then set aside and pull crappy run channel out, and replace with new one. When you start to install new channel make sure you start at the TOP corner (not the curve but down by the side mirror) CLOSEST to engine or else it wont fit right is what i seem to have found out. I used a skinny plastic ruler duct taped to make it soft as to not rip the rubber to push the channel inside the groove. (not recommeneded but it worked). When installing the window back in try to have 2 people (one holds while other moves around till person holding say its good) so you can tighten it down in the middle of the channels to the left and right. I also slid alittle lube in the channel where the wheels roll left and right as the window goes up and down while i was in there. this is all from a non mechanic who happened to have the same prob and just fixed it last month and all is perfect. Check out this website for a reference to a TSB issued and if your nice and smile or a very loyal Honda garage user you may get IT, aaaaand installed for free... who knows, its alwasy worth a shot. http://autorepair.about.com/library/faqs/bl068d.htm ( Full Answer )
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYou will need to remove the inner door panel, vapor shield,window and power lock controls. Sometimes the reason they come off track is because the window guide or stop is worn or broken; check with your dealers service depeartment to see what part to order; that way when yo…u remove the panel you have the part to properly repair it. I hope this helps you. Mark\n. \n Answer \n. \nDon't forget to disable the side airbag before you remove the door panel. ( Full Answer )
Generic Answer You need to remove the door trim. Then loosen the track, you should then be able to re locate the window into the track
Answer . you must pop out the interior panel on the door to get acsess to window, chances are the drive belt snapped,no big deal , about 20 dollars, go to libary and look in a chilton book, it will explain how to do it.
im not to sure, but i know it pops off around the edges and there are screw on the handle u have to get off. on the side were the defrost is if u have it has to be disconnected. let me know what is not coming off and i could help
Answer . \nBoth the rear windows on my 92 Caprice came off the tracks if you tried to lower them. This was apparently a design defect in this model as I know of many others that did the exact same thing. You have to remove the door panel to do this which is a royal pain in the butt. I practice…d on a junkyard car to learn how but it is not something I can explain easily.\n. \nMY rule with those model Caprice cars is NEVER to lower the rear windows.\n. \nvbdenny ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nYes, 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. ( Full Answer )
dissasemble the door by removing the door panel. You unbolt the window regulator and or window to reposition window or regulator to get it back on track. Most of the time something bends or breaks to cause a window to get off track.
Answer . First of all, this is a Recall Item. Get it replaced by the dealer. However, if you want to do-it-your-self then read the following. I will describe how to remove back window and then replace it. It does not need a complicated alignment. You will need someone to help you to hold the win…dow.\n. \n1. Gently remove the plastic cover from inside so you can see the nut of the joints and disconnect the wiper cable.\n2. While widow is fully open (ask the assistant to hold it), remove the clip for each side from the piston rod by a screw driver. Do not lose the clips. The clip is at the window side not the body side.\n3. While the assistant is holding the window, unscrew both sides and disconnect the window from the body. You will need Hex key screwdriver.\n4. If you are changing the joints, unscrew them from the body of the car. You will need a socket and socket wrench to unscrew the nut from the body.\n. \nTo install window:\n1. Install the new joints to the body of the car and screw it to the body.\n2. Screw the window to the new joints using the hex screwdriver.\n. \n3. Here comes the alignment part. Ask your assistant to fully open the window and hold.\n4. You try to connect the piston rod to the window until it clicks to indicate that it is connected. Now put the clips again.\n5. That is it. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nwindow removal steps are illustrated....\n. \nYou should be able to find a shop manual at your local library with the right info...make copies as they are usually only in the REFERENCE section....good luck:)
Answer . \nHuh??\n. \na manual will help with diagnosis and repair, and a shop manual should be available at the local library in the reference section for FREE, make copies of the right pages, good luck...:)
you cannot put the window "back on track" the window regulator failed and will need to be replaced, good luck. What kind of lame answer is that? Yours might have been - not everybodies is.
You will need to remove the inside door panel of your ChevroletBlazer. Remove the window retaining clips. Put the window back intothe window track. Tighten the window retaining clips.
First, you must take off the inner door panel, then you have to loosen up one of the tracks that the window rides on and put it back in place. Then just tighten up the track, and you should be fine.
Answer . Well I have no clue. go to a car store and ask them.
To put a driver's side window back on track on a Ford Expeditionyou will have to reseat the window. Do this by removing the doorpanel and putting the window back in place. You can use silicone orGorilla glue to attach the window. Leave the window in the upposition for at least one day once you have …it back on place. ( Full Answer )
To put a passenger side window back on track on a Ford Expeditionyou should first carefully remove any old silicone. Next put thewindow back on track, and use Gorilla glue or silicone to secureit. Do not put the window down for at least 24 hours.
Where is the fuse for the power windows on a 2002 ford expedition unable to locate it in the owners manual?
This is a guess , but check fuse # 14 - 15 amp - for ACCESORY DELAY RELAY. ( power windows , moonroof , Flip windows )
You will need to remove the inside door panel. With the door panelremoved the entire window mechanism will be visible. Set the windowback on the track and secure it with the retaining clips.
Roll the window about half way down, remove the door panel, take out the bolt(s) holding the window in, completely pull the window out, inspect the tracks for damage, replace if necessary, slide the window back in the tracks. There may be access holes in the door underneath the panel that will lineu…p with the bolt(s) holding the window in. ( Full Answer )
You can put a manual rollup window back on track, in your 1994Chevy Cavalier, by removing the inside door panel. The window trackis easily visible with the door panel removed.
Begin by removing the inside door panel of your Kia. Remove thewindow track retaining clips. Put the window back on the windowtrack. Secure the window with new window track retaining clips.
To set the power window back on track in a Ford Focus, you have toremove the door panel. Once you get in there, you will see thetrack that you will need to put the window back on.
you need a window regulater you can not just put on track and it can cost some money
To put a window back on track in a 1996 Geo Metro, the door panel will have to be removed. Use a screwdriver to pry up the clips around the door panel. Then locate the window cable and rewind it. If the window is operated by a power switch, be careful not to pinch the fingers when rewinding the cabl…e. ( Full Answer )
Depending on and if the mirror holding clip came off the windshield. If it came off windshield you will need to buy a rear view mirror installation kit. Follow instruction on kit to be install.
Remove the inside door panel. The entire window mechanism will bevisible. Put the window back onto the window track.
As you might have guessed - you have to take the inside door panel off. You don't have to remove the door to do it.
I am dealing with the same thing myself. Here's what I have found out: As Kia Spectras get older, the windows often start to have problems. When you're looking at a window that is "off track" and rolls up crooked, most likely what you're looking at is a bad window regulator. The price for getting… this fixed varies based on whether you're talking about manual or automatic windows. My Spectra had automatic windows, so those are the only kind I can speak to. Having this replaced at the dealership costs around $350-450. If you or a mechanic you trust is up for it, the part itself (usually sold in conjunction with a window motor) is in the $200-225 range. Used ones are available (often with short term guarantees) from junkyards or even eBay in the $100 range, though I have seen some as low as $79. Good luck. ( Full Answer )
take door panel off and see if the track is broken,if it is you could pick one up at your lacal junk yard
How To Repair Your . Car's Power Windows . When Power Windows Give Up The Ghost . As you are driving down the turnpike and approaching the tollbooth, you reach for the switch to lower your window and nothing happens. The switch moves but the window does not budge. Not even a noise from th…e window motor can be heard which strongly suggests to you that the device is not functioning. You must stop your car and open up the door to pay the attendant before continuing on your trip. Thoughts of an expensive car repair bill are dancing through your head, putting you in a foul mood and tempering the anticipated fun of your getaway weekend. Do not despair: you can repair the power window yourself and save a bundle over expensive dealership charges. Let us look at the steps you can take to fix the problem yourself and save many cash in the process.. General Instructions For Repairing A Power Window Yourself . Before assuming that the window regulator must be replaced you should first rule out the possibility of dirty electrical contacts. On most cars, the main power for all switches goes through the master switch located at the driver's console. Sometimes the switch is dirty causing the window to malfunction. If this is the case, take the necessary steps to clean the contact and your problem should be resolved.. Should you determine that the contacts are clean and your switch is functioning, then it is likely that the motor has burned out and is in need of replacing? Whether you are installing a Honda window regulator or a Volkswagen window regulator, or a regulator for any other make the steps involved in replacing a window regulator are usually quite similar:. 1. Remove the door panel for the affected window.. 2. Locate and remove the bolts holding the regulator to the door; it is likely you will have to manually lower the window in order to access the bolts.. 3. Remove the old regulator, disconnect all wiring, and replace the old regulator with a new one you have purchased from a parts supplier. Shop online to find the best value, as you will pay a mint if you order one through a dealership.. 4. Tighten the bolts holding the new regulator and reinstall the moisture barrier. Make sure all the wires are put back in the door before closing the door panel.. 5. Engage the power window switch and the new regulator should work unimpeded.. Of course, follow your car's repair manual for specific instructions related to your make and model.. You Can Do It Yourself! . I've given to you a general outline to convince you that this is a task that even a novice mechanic can handle - in other words: you can do it! By handling the problem yourself, you will save plenty of money by avoiding garages that will mark up the replacement part as well as tack on several hours of labor costs to your bill. Shop online to compare prices and to receive the best shipping and handling arrangements available. ( Full Answer )
SAE 5 W 20 - certified for gasoline engines - according to the 2002 Ford Expedition. owners manual
How do I put the window back on track of a 2000 jaguar type s
Take door panel off. . Find out what is broken or damage and go from there.
Remove the drivers side inside door panel. Remove the retainingclips from the window track. Place the new window in the windowtrack and tighten the retaining clips.
If the power window motor is still working, it will cost under $100. They'll take the door panel off, get it back on track, and put it back together. This is most likely something you could do yourself in an hour or two. The motor costs another $150 or so..
Type of vehicle would help, there are some different ways they work. In general, take the inside panel off. The front track is probably held in place by one or two bolts, top and bottom. You can usually take it loose, get the window in the back track and then the front. Sometimes the plastic rollers… at the bottom of the window can break and this lets the window get out of the track. Something became out of line for the window to get out of the track. ( Full Answer )
Need to remove door panel, Usually few at door bottom, handle and under trim panel. With trim panel tool or " carefully with automotive spatchula, pop door panel trim plastic rivets. Usually have to have door lock knob removeed/ pressed into lock position. pop door panel up, to removed, becareful no…t to damage mirror housing, wiring for door lock/handle, mirror switch, (disconnect if present). There is properly a vapor guard(plastic film) held by chalk like substance You need to remove. Lower the glass to were you can see the mounting bolts. You will see if you need new parts to replace broken parts ( clips or regulator)or just reinstall. Unbolt the retainer clips,(replace if necessary) reinstall, check operation. Reassemlbe when ok. ( Full Answer )
The rear track of the 2002 Ford Expedition is 5 ft. 5.5 in. (65.5 in.).
The front track of the 2002 Ford Expedition is 5 ft. 5.4 in. (65.4 in.).
You will have to remove the inside door panel and determine thecause before any repair can be suggested. Re-post with yourfindings.