How is a passenger side door panel on a 2003 Ford Explorer removed?
Remove the door and window handles then all of the screws you can find then with a special tool, remove the retiners around the sides and bottom of the door. When all is loose, pull out on the bottom and push in on the top then lift to disengage the door.
Go to the following website. It will show how to remove the door panel. http://www.kwmuth.com/techsupport/pdfs/21000790.pdf
I found the computer module (w/ the keyless entry factory code) on my 2003 Ford Explorer XLT behind and just below the rear passenger side seatbelt panel. Not sure if it's in the same location on the Sport model but it's worth a shot. Carefully remove the seatbelt panel (shoulder portion) and dislodge the top portion of the panel below it. The black computer module with the keyless entry code should be easily visible.
On a 2003 Ford Expedition : The fuse panel and power distribution box are combined : It is located in the front passenger footwell behind the kick panel ( the interior trim panel , just in front of the front passenger door , at the front passenger's feet ) * the kick panel swings out for removal and allows access to the cover on the fuse panel
I'm not a mechanic / technician but the 2003 Ford Expedition Owner Guide shows that the passenger compartment fuse panel and power distribution box are combined together They are located behind the kick panel in the front passenger footwell Apparently the kick panel swings out for removal to gain access to the cover on the fuse panel ( so I guess the answer to your question would be NO )
The fuse box is under the instrument panel on the drivers side and the power distribution box ( which is " live " ) is in the engine compartment on the drivers side ========================================================== On a 2003 Lincoln Navigator : The passenger compartment fuse panel and the Power Distribution Box are combined . They are located in the front passenger footwell , behind the swing out kick panel * the kick panel is the interior…
On a 2003 Ford Expedition ( according to the Owner Guide ) ( fuse # 41 is a 20 amp fuse for the OBD II diagnostic connector and the cigarette lighter ) * in the passenger compartment fuse panel / power distribution box located in the front passenger footwell , behind the kick panel ( the kick panel swings out for removal ) * the kick panel is the interior trim panel , in front…
The computer box for your 2003 Ford Explorer Sport is not in the jacck compartment of the rear panel where else could it be and does it also control the anti theft feature?
The electronic engine control (EEC version V) computer should be in the right front passenger area behind the right foot kick panel on the 2003 Ford Explorer sport. The remote anti-theft personality module (RAP module) operates your keyless entry/anti-theft feature. I know on the 4 door it is in the jack compartment, is the 2 door not the same ?