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Old 12-11-2008, 10:51 AM
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i would like to know how to remove the inside door panels on my 2000 excursion xlt. i need to service th epower loks and windows. thanks
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Old 12-11-2008, 11:32 AM
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The Tech folder at the top of the forum has a write up on the process...

Plus, the SEARCH function on this site works rather well... I remember seeing a write-up (Joe posted it) with pics.
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See post #10 of this thread for the pictures that Bob is referring to...

https://www.ford-trucks.com/forums/7...-problems.html
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thanks for the reply 71-4r3sons. I saw the tech folder and it is just what i was looking for.thanks again.
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The tech folder is great, there's a lot of really helpful info in it. When I have some free time I just read it for the hell of it.
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Of course it`s just as easy to say there are 2 screws that hold the panel on. one behind the light in the lower part of the door panel and one under the window switch bezel, the bezel pops out from the front first. also be sure to remove the trim piece for the mirror srews. then just lift up on the door panel.
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I checked mine today and all bolts were pretty much tight but the window runs really smooth with the panel off. Any thoughts!?
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i would like to know how to remove the inside door panels on my 2000 excursion xlt. i need to service th epower loks and windows. thanks
Picture is worth a thousand words, this was just posted a couple of days ago.

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I checked mine today and all bolts were pretty much tight but the window runs really smooth with the panel off. Any thoughts!?

Spray the inside channels(one at the front and one in the rear of the door), and the mechanisms with silicone spray. Sometimes a little bit of candle wax rubbed onto the panel channel that rubs against the glass solves the problem.(or like was suggested in the other thread, waxing the inside of the glass.) The wax doesn't leave any residue after for stuff to stick to, to scratch the glass when being moved up and down.
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Spray the inside channels(one at the front and one in the rear of the door), and the mechanisms with silicone spray. Sometimes a little bit of candle wax rubbed onto the panel channel that rubs against the glass solves the problem.(or like was suggested in the other thread, waxing the inside of the glass.) The wax doesn't leave any residue after for stuff to stick to, to scratch the glass when being moved up and down.
I meant to post this in the other thread, the only think that really worked for me was engine oil which lasts for over a year.

Can someone move my post to the other window problem thread!
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