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Red light on door panel won't go off

The red light on the door panel won't go off it dull's down when you push the button on the door but it won't go off. any answers please

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  2. door grip
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B) Removal of door Handle

  1. Use caution
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C) Partial removal of door panel
  1. Insert a dull instrument into the port that is located on the panel roughly half way down the panel and the side the furthest from engine.
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  1. Free the door handle from the panel, by carefully pushing it through the panel on an angle...
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  1. You now un plug the wiring harness from:
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  • Lift the panel up and over the door lock button.
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