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Old 05-21-2010, 08:58 AM
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Help! Rear door stuck

ok so the d side rear door on my 99 extended cab has been kinds hard to open, now i cant open it, i have tried both handles, and i can hear the latches working or at least somthing moving. any one had this prob or have any ideas what i can do??
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Old 05-21-2010, 11:44 AM
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I have this same problem just on my passenger side, normally I close the door a few times then open it from the inside. I thought my problem was the truck was in an accident prior to me buying it, or because everyone slams the damn door.
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ok so the d side rear door on my 99 extended cab has been kinds hard to open, now i cant open it, i have tried both handles, and i can hear the latches working or at least somthing moving. any one had this prob or have any ideas what i can do??
thanks
Only thing I can think to do is get the panel off somehow and see what is going on. You may have to take the back seat out to get to it
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Old 05-21-2010, 12:33 PM
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That happens on my driver's side door. I just push it in hard then try the handle again. I threw some PB blaster on the latches and it seems to have fixed it.
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Old 05-23-2010, 04:22 PM
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ok ive been fighting this all weekend. i have tried pushing pulling lifting while operating handle, i still cant get this thing to budge!! any other thoughts (practical ones that is)
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Old 05-23-2010, 05:27 PM
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Not sure if it's how it works on the 250, but a friend of mine had the same problem on his supercab ranger and the problem was that there are 2 small springloaded cables with something like a ball or kind of a gavel on the end, that fit into holes on the rear side of the handle itself which is how it moves the latch to open the door. Hope this helps. Guess I could go check on mine to see if that's how the handle works on the F250 Supercab.... Uh brb.
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Old 05-23-2010, 05:45 PM
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ok i was able to get the top latch working, but the bottom one isnt releasing.
got the door panel off, can barley see, but i can see the cable working and moving the latch!?!?! WTF!!! i dont have a manual and i have not been able to find a pic of the latch to see how it works exactly! any one have a pick of the latch itself? i have been surfing and found nothing. thanks again!!
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sounds kinda of dumb but i had the same problem with mine....but it was just a buddy who had jammed my child safety lock and i had to work on that for a bit now it works fine. see if that may be the problem...
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Old 05-23-2010, 05:58 PM
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ok i hope this doesnt sound dumb either, but i dont see any sort of child lock, could i not have one? or am i missing somthing?
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well you dont have the full 4 doors do you? if u dont i doubt you'll see one but if you do its right on the side of the door its a little block switch you can push up or down for the child lock to be on.
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