There is no 1995 Ford Expedition!
In the 1995 Firebird, the power lock door relay is located in the door panel. Some times a fuse can blow or a wire can short, which would end up in needing a new fuse or a new relay.
90% of the time it is the temp mode door actuator located in the driverside rear of the truck
The full size Ford Expedition ( the first model year was the 1997 ) had either the 4.6 or the 5.4 liter V8 engines in North America So , the answer is ( No ) * if you mean the Expedition trim on , say a 1995 , Ford Explorer 2 door , then the answer is ( Yes )
on the end of each door , visible with the door open
Yes, the 2001 Ford F150 driver's door will fit on the 2001 Ford Expedition.
That would be a 4L60E transmission.
all the door speakers are 6x8 on the 98 ford expedition.
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Short in the wiring, and it is probably the door light switch.
How do i replace blend door motor
Probably inside the door latch mechanism
on the drivers side door below the handle
wd40 in all door latches and strikers.
likely thermostat is stuck. The temp blend door actuator has failed.
Most common problem is that the blend door is stuck or broken.
6x8 door speakers
There is an already answered question that says "how to remove the Ford Expedition door panel", Search by Ford Expedition and you will find the answer you need.
Low coolant? Defective thermostat? Heater core "airbound"? Water pump circulating coolant? Selector switch working? Temperature control cable?
I would find a replacement in a salvage yard and replace the handle. Or replace with door poppers
blow door down with dynamit
If there is no obvious damage to the wiring, it is probably the electric motor inside the door. This is a very simple fix on the Explorer so I imagine it is also on the Expedition.
No, a 1997 Ford F150 doors will not fit on a 2001 Expedition. You will need to get a door that is made specifically for the Expedition.
The expedition door lock relay could be stuck causing the grinding noise. Check to insure that the lock relay is working properly.