Question about 1999 Plymouth Grand Voyager
Door ajar light keeps flashing on and off, doors are shut
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Just for the sake of trying a no cost repair, take some steel wool and rub clean, the contacts at your sliding door. They are little round plates, that match up with little buttons. Scuff them clean with the steel wool. Then spray the buttons (round black plastic) on your other door posts with WD-40 or similar spray, and work them in & out by pushing with your thumb. It may or may not cure your problem, but it's free & has been know to cure the problem, if not, get back to us.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
My Neon did this.....The door sensors were messed up and i just ended up taping pennys to the little knob.....It was a idea from my co-worker who had a Neon and had the same problem....
Posted on May 09, 2009
You have button like things on your door jambs that you can push in by hand, that your door presses against when closed. When they become faulty, or door gets a little loose, this can happen. I normally open one door at a time & work those buttons by hand slowly to see if one acts different than the other, and watch interior light to see if it comes on & off, or has a delay in shutting of when I push button in. Normally the one acting different is that bad one & needs replacement, or even some contact spray (electrical) used on it will help temporarily. Even sticking a piece of gum or layers of tape on the end of the button to make it push in further for test drive can narrow it down. Do one a time, when problem stops, you found the culprit. The other option is to check & see if one door feels loose compared to others by pushing in slightly on them.If you do find one that seems loose, adjust striker in a bit where door latches, to make it tight as the others, and that may just do it too.
Posted on May 31, 2009
check your owners manual.. it will show u the location of the fuse that operates the door.
also u can call your car dealer and ask for parts.. they will tell u the fuse number and location
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
If this is happeneing when in motion or is erratic then you will have to check for poor ground to the system., poor connections, poor door switches connections, harness connections and finally the main unit for electronic dry soldering or loose connection. check on one by one by elimination
Posted on Jun 29, 2010
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