Q: Liftgate glass hinge.... can't remove?

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I seen the repair done on an explorer, there is a little access hole to use a socket and take hinge off. I need to take mine off on the aviator now but, no access hole, sitting here stumped now..... how does the hinge come off?

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Hi there. It’s very difficult to explain exactly how to remove the hinge you’re referring to. In this case, I think you’ll find buying a service and repair manual for your Lincoln Aviator is a good idea.

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