Question about 2001 Ford Taurus
Lube all the door latches with WD 40. Close the switches with a screwdriver and lube them again. Hold up the door handle and flick the latch quickly with a screwdriver. Do that on all 4 latches and it should fix your problem. :-) hope this helps. Cobra
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