Driving down the highway and the door ajar warning come on. I have taken apart the plunger switches and check the wires ... nothing. I have checked the fuses and relays ... nothing. I have disconnected the battery ... nothing. Any ideas?
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The switch that turns the interior lights on when you open the door also controls the door ajar sound and light on dash board now that switch
Is either in the door hing or it's a pin switch that sticks out of the pillar post that switch is going bad you have to locate it and replace it hope this helped
Check door switch connection and operation. If the door switch is part of the door lock mechanism, within the door itself, then remove door panel, disconnect the mechanism's electrical connector and re-check that the interior light no longer comes on with that door ajar. If it doesn't, then you likely have a faulty door lock mechanism, which you will have to replace. This faulty switch will also have the affect on your random central locking function.
This is not likely connected to the engine performance issue.
this problem is caused by a tiny micro switch that is attached to the door latch inside the doors, the stick and give this false warning, have replaced dozens of them, it is called the "door ajar" switch oddly enough :)
Hi, This seems that either of the door switches is/are faulty. Try pushing the switches fully on each plunger switch on each door individually, keeping the other doors closed while you do. See if one of them causes the light to go out. If you do find one turns the light off, it's an adjustment problem with the plunger switch. May still need to be replaced if it won't depress enough with the door closing to turn off.Let us know if you were looking for something more else please accept the suggestion. Thank You for contacting Fixya.com
You probably have a screw in a wire that grounds the connection turning the light on. The white wire will be the one that the screw is in. The orange wire is a 12 volt wire so it can't be shorted because of a blown fuse.