Just remove the 2 screws at the bottom of the door panel. THen lift the door panel straight up. It has two hooks that snug the door to the bottom, be careful, as these plastic hooks can break if stressed. You must remove the wiring harnesses and the plastic pieces where the power windows and door controls are located, and disconnect the wiring to the power mirrors in order to completely remove the door panel. ) This is probably the EASIEST door panel I've ever removed! Like the previous poster said, just remove the two screws and lift it straight up. You couldn't ask for a quicker job (Sometimes those engineers get it right)
For those '97 searchers, I found another screw (black) just to the right of the door handle. To get at it you remove the black trim around the door handle with a screwdriver. (two snap attachments)
The ELECTRIC fuel pump is INSIDE the fuel tank It is installed through an access hole on top of the tank On your Ford Windstar
On a 1999 Ford Windstar, the expansion valve is located just inside the rear hatch of the rear panel on the driver's side. It is connected to the rear evaporator core.
A internal speaker is a speaker that is on the inside of a computer.
On a 1998 Ford Windstar : The fuel pump inertia switch ( shut off switch ) is located in the drivers footwell behind the kick panel ( there is an access hole ) * it's near the inside hood release *
On a 1996 Ford Windstar : Under the dash on the drivers side , not too far from the inside hood release
It is inside the driver's side rear wheel well. You must remove the rear driver's side tire to access the battery.
Inside the driver side fender, remove the liner in front of the tire to access.
The dome light fuse location for a 1994 Ford Windstar van is located near the driver's side panel. It is inside the red box. Use a flat-head screwdriver to open the box.ÊÊ
It means it has a built in speaker inside the iPod..
Yes , I believe it is behind an access hole in the trim panel by the drivers left foot ( near the inside hood release )
Remove door panel, then three bolts on mirror inside the speaker housing area.