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When driving the vehicle the interior lights flash on and off the power locks flutter and the door ajar chimes.

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  • Zebeyana Mar 20, 2009

    The lights flash, the door locks repeatedly try to lock and the "door ajar" chime goes off repeatedly. I know it is the driver's side door. No matter how carefully I close it (hard, slam, soft, etc) it always happens. I know something needs fixing in the door mechanism, but what? Can I do this myself or is a mechanic required?

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Check the rear lift gate switch. Or it could be that one of the doors or the rear lift gate is out of adjustment and not closing tightly. Try closing all doors and lift gate then from the outside push in on the doors and see if they go in. If it is the doors , when you push on the one that is causing the problem the door ajar chime will stop .

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