Question about Lincoln Continental
Ther is switch in each doorspace, usualy by the henges. Try to locate tose switces and check for damage. Maybe one of them is loose, or there is worn out cap on it or mising. If thats the problem, than you can try to fix that by yourself. If not, than it depends on your electric skills. Take out each switch and examin for tarnished wire's or any other damage and kleen contacts or replace switch, if necessary.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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The door ajar may not be properly setted when the door is closed that's why it says the door is open. This things really happens. Try pushing the little button where the door sets when closed then observe if it will give the message again. If the message is gone while you pushed the button on the door then that's it.
Try to put something on the door that will hit the button when the door is closed. A thin rubber can do the trick.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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