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Old 06-11-2010, 01:57 PM
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Easiest Way To Remove Door

Whats best way to remove door with pw pl??????
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Old 06-12-2010, 03:50 PM
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sawzall baby or a tourch or take a nother truck and open the door and run into it at 50 oooohhhhhh yyyeeaaaaa baby do what it do
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Take off the kick panel and there is like 3 or 4 plugs running vertical in the kick panel. Disconnect the plugs there. Thats where all the wiring feeds to the door...
Work the rubber conduit out of the A pillar on the truck, and pull the wires through the hole.

Remove the four bolts that hold the hinge to the door
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Old 06-22-2010, 04:04 AM
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Take off the kick panel and there is like 3 or 4 plugs running vertical in the kick panel. Disconnect the plugs there. Thats where all the wiring feeds to the door...
Work the rubber conduit out of the A pillar on the truck, and pull the wires through the hole.

Remove the four bolts that hold the hinge to the door
What is the kick panel exactly????
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Old 06-22-2010, 05:46 AM
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Its the plastic trim panel by where your feet go... below the dash, above the carpet on the wall of the cab... Its where the hood release is.
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I'm trying to do the same thing and I found one of the connectors behind the kick pannel but there is another set of wires that goes up and I can't find the connector for those wires and I don't want to take apart my emergency brake mount to get to them. Is there another way to get to those wires?
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Old 08-14-2010, 08:27 PM
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I'm trying to do the same thing and I found one of the connectors behind the kick pannel but there is another set of wires that goes up and I can't find the connector for those wires and I don't want to take apart my emergency brake mount to get to them. Is there another way to get to those wires?
The drivers door harness has one connector by the emergency brake, the other one goes allll the way to the passenger side kick panel. Yes, it is a dumb idea Ford had. You're probably better off to remove the switches from the harness and unplug everything in the door and remove the wiring from the door.
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