Had the exact same failure last weekend on the driver's side front door on my expedition.
What I did was just pull the door panel and unhook...
But if you put a beam level on the running board or frame it will be lower in front. Ford, in their infinite wisdom, made the wheel wells lower in...
That's a nice big sledge.
Yeah, and then picture doing all that and breaking half of the plugs off, like you would have on an 03-07 year model. Be glad you jumped right...
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Very timely thread.
Driver's side window failed down yesterday. No ford dealership close to me had a Motorcraft part. O'Reilly's had a dorman....
Your CV joints will love you....
The second issue I would guess to be the iwe system. Try putting it in 4A/4H and see if it does it.
Basically a vacuum controlled device that...
Yeah looks like you could take a deep breath and blow the end right off.
So you're doing a Rancho Quicklift plus a spacer on top? Are you sure your suspension components have enough travel for that much lift?
Check exhaust heat shields and related parts.
If you put it in 4A/4H, does it still make the noise?
Nope. They either work or they don't. Many get 300k plus miles on the original coils.
Heavy tow package or no?
Your 2011 has the new style, no issue plugs.
Glad to hear it went well.
What brand plugs and coils?
For starters, the second row has a handle for cargo mode. Have you done that? Should be mostly flat if you have...
I'd venture a guess that @Deadman is not "most people".
Shoulda been red.
It's a really common issue. I used Gorilla nuts iirc.
What happens is the chrome...
3rd gen Expedition, 1st gen Ecoboost.
Yup. Any 6-lug Ford wheel should fit.
You might have to trim the end of the axle shaft on the rear.
Don't you usually just tighten things with vehicle on the ground?
Let us know how you like the kyb's. Been eyeballing them.
I think they pretty much just yank straight out.
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