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Sliding door alarm sounds constantly

2005 chev uplander drivers side passenger sliding door sounds the radio beep alarm constantly, even when closed and locked. The alarm tone changes when the vehicle is stopped in drive but stops when the vehicle is placed in park. Any thoughts? Jerry Miller

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There must be a switch some where , around the door to shut it off when door shut

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