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Chime on steady tone with the headlights on

My 2001 Jetta has a similar problem that started after a thorough cleaning of the inside and an oil change... so, not sure what we may have hit to cause the chime problems.
The drivers door light stays on constant and does not go out (even after the car is turned off). The chime comes on when you start the car (blinking tone) - this goes out after about one minute. When the headlights are turned on, the tone (chime) comes on steady and does not go off.
Will take a look at the door sensor in the drivers side - may help the steady light; but - any suggestions on the steady tone (chime) with the headlights on would be appreciated!

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