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Door ajar lights (sliding door) even when closed. Sliding door will not lock with remote or manually. Wiring diagram would help....

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  • egay_acuna Nov 25, 2008

    I had a similar problem. I cleaned the electrical contacts attached to the side of the sliding door and the matching set of contacts on the pillar using fine grit sand paper. Once shinny surface of contact metal are exposed, I sprayed contact cleaner on these contacts and wipe excess cleaning fluid. I bought the contact cleaner from a Radio Shack outlet. Hope this helps...

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Clean the electrical contacts attached to the side of the sliding door and the matching set of contacts on the pillar using fine grit sand paper. Once shinny surface of contact metal are exposed, spray contact cleaner on these contacts and wipe excess fluid. Contact cleaner is available in spray can container at Radio Shack outlet. Let me know if this solve your problem.

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