How to Replace a Door Latch on a Ford Expedition?

Answer The door latch in the Ford Expedition is responsible for holding the door closed once it's been shut. The jaws in the latch mechanism wrap around a striker located in the door well and do not relea... Read More »

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How to Replace a Door Latch in a 2001 Ford Taurus?

The 2001 Ford Taurus door latch is located in the trailing edge of the door and latches onto the door striker, located in the door frame, whenever you shut the door. The opening and shutting motion... Read More »

How to Replace the Door Latch on a 1987 Ford Taurus Station Wagon?

The 1987 Ford Taurus Station Wagon has four doors and if the door latch fails on one of the doors, that door can only be opened from the outside. The door latch uses a spring system and can break e... Read More »

How to Remove & Replace the Door Latch Assembly on a 1991 Ford Ranger?

The door latch assembly on a 1991 Ford Ranger keeps the door closed after you shut it. The latch, located in the trailing edge of the door, clamps around a stud protruding from the door frame to ho... Read More »

How to Replace Ford Expedition Door Panels?

Door panels on the Ford Expedition serve several purposes. For starters they aesthetically add to the Expedition’s interior trim, covering up the unsightliness that is the inside of the door itse... Read More »