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the problem is caused by a defective door ajar/dome light micro switch, there is one for each door, they are mounted to the door latch assembly inside the door, to replace it you must remove the door panel and the rear glass run channel, most likely the drivers door is the one that is defective since it sees the most use, they are a real pain to get out,they twist in and the old one will be a bear to remove, twist it out counter clockwise to remove from latch
Spray inside the center door latch with WD40 or silicone lubricant. You might have to remove or partically remove the plastic shield cover the opening. It's the part the door latches too, spray all around inside there and that should allow the switch to release. the switch either dries out or gets dirty and sticks, the spay will loosen and clean it.