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Door ajar light wont go off

Cant get my door ajar light off in my 02 f-250 tried spraying stuff in the door was working like that for awhile now it wont go off at all fuse are all good any ideas???

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THERE'S USUALY A BUTTON ON THE FRAME IT MAY BE STUCK OR BENT CHECK THAT FIRST.PLEASE RATE THIS.

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