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Re: door ajar light on!!!
The switches are in the door jambs around the hinges. One by one give each one a shot of penatrating oil and work the switch manually with your thumb, watching the int. light at the same time until it works freely. Please post your results.
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alarm will obviously sound because the anti theft device thinks door is open...maybe it doesn't think ...it mis detects
check the door light switch and how it is affected by closing opening of door. look at what happens at the contact point.
It may be something mechanical, or something electronic/electrical
empirical testing should reveal the answer
Sounds like you broke the sensor on the door to say if it closed our not. There should be a push button that will push in a say the door is closed. Make sure that isn't damaged, if it is then it will need to be replaced. The best place to buy this part is the dealer unfortunately. When you buy that part ask them for directions on replacing it.
sound like your fluid sensor may be stuck or bad if light stays on try tapping the washer motor on the resevoir if it goes out faulty sensor as for the door ajar light it might have bad connection with sensor saying the door is closed local dealer should be able to troubleshoot sensor
Hey Jared..my name is Keith..and what you have is a bad door sensor..and you will have to see and figure out which one is bad..i had a bad sensor..after awhile the door ajar light would go out..and then when someone opened the passenger door..then the door ajar light would come back on..so i replaced the door sensor on the passenger side and it fixed the problem..i hope this helps
Hi, my name is adam. By the way your descrpion says, you are having difficulty with the door ajar. My solution is to take a pink eraser and clean off the sensors on each door. Sometimes road dirt and grime get in there and screw it up. Thank you.
I'm pretty sure that they are integral to the door lock assembly on that model, would need to replace the whole door lock if that is the case. Best to get the Ford dealer to plug in their computer and check the signals from the door locks to see which one is at fault. Check central locking and power mirror fuses first, if no power to door locks then the door ajar sensors will have no power as well.