replace drivers side window 2006 Ford Five Hundred

Asked by Aug 09, 2013 at 01:44 PM about the 2006 Ford Five Hundred Limited AWD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I was wondering how to get the inner door panel removed to replace the drivers side door
glass.  I get it taken apart, but it seems like there is something behind the metal plate
that is holding it on and I cant see inside the panel and there are no chilton repair manuals
for the five hundreds and I cant seem to find any info about it online.  anyone have any info
about how to go about getting access to the window?

2 Answers


If there are any small openings on the "inside of the door" shell, try to take a small mirror and look inside the door shell to look for screws, bolts, or ? Leave a drop light or something shining light down inside the door from the opening were the glass normally rides up and down (arm rest when window is open area).

there is a small 5 inch hole I can fit a phone in to take a picture but nothing stood out to me and I didnt want to pry anything and risk breaking something.

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