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driver's window solenoid location

Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by cogs, July 9, 2011.

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  1. cogs

    cogs Active Member

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    where does this solenoid attach, and how does it attach?
    driver's side door:

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  3. Roadrunner777

    Roadrunner777 Well-Known Member

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    It attaches to the door panel, not the door frame. It uses one of the screws that holds on the armrest pad.
     
  4. gloomis

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    Just re-attached one of those today.
    To elaborate on Roadrunner777's response...

    It attaches to the middle screw of three that hold the armrest pad on.
    There's a little round molded tab that one of the holes in the bracket goes over.
    The screw goes through the other hole.

    If your screw won't tighten up, it's going to end up dangling loose again and making all kinds of racket.
    In my EB, I took the bracket off and just tucked the module up under the insulation on the back of the door panel right under the armrest.
    So far, no racket from it. :)
     

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