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Door chime and courtesy light (under side mirror)

As soon as you shut the vehicle off, the chime starts like the door is open and the key is in the ignition even though the door is closed. The power locks, and windows won't work on the driver side, but the courtesy light under the mirror on the passenger side comes on as well as the interior lights. the lights will stay on for an hour or so; then the driver side electronics will work. The driver side under mirror light won't work at all, although it's not the bulb. Driver side electronics (Pwr locks and windows) WILL work if the vehicle is running or key is in the on position.

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     You have broken wires in the flexable harness between the door and the body. Pull the rubber boot back to inspect.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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    b_russell30 Apr 22, 2013

    Haven't inspected wires but y does everything work when the vehicle is running or you turn the key on?

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