Wat tools r needed to remove the exterior doors of 2002 lincoln town car

Asked by Nov 12, 2015 at 11:17 PM about the 2002 Lincoln Town Car Signature

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Take a look at the fasteners that hold the hinges on. They are probably Torx head bolts. You would need the appropriate sized Torx bit and a socket wrench and probably an extension and a good, strong helper to hold onto the door.

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True, good info FoR but don't forget there is a wire loom from door to chassis. You must first pull inside door panel off and disconnect wires for power windows and everything else in the loom.And pull them out of door. You will need assorted screwdrivers and small end-wrenches also. Make sure window glass is up, closed

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Good catch Ford.

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Thanks ...and darrensr77 be sure to disconnect Neg-- Black battery cable before starting this

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