Question about 2002 Lincoln Continental
One of you door switches are seized you will need to unseize or replace the faulty one. the switches are in the door latch and you will have to start by turning the ignition key to on and then open and close each door. when you get to the door that doesn't make a chime sound when opened or closed. that is the door with the latch problem. you will need to replace the switch for that latch one.
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
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