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Alarm is chirping twice when i try to lock it dash says a door is open when its not

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  • simon428 Mar 23, 2011

    i think the problem could be in the boot is there a problem in this area i hear there were faults with early models

  • simon428 Mar 23, 2011

    cheers will do

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Hello
Each door contains a micro switch that is attached to the door latch that senses when the door is open or closed and sends that signal to the door ajar warning and to the factory security system control module, sense there are four of the switches and each is attached to the door latch assembly inside the door as well as a truck lid switch the most time effective thing to do is have the dealer scan the body control module to see which of the switches is causing the false warning, if you don't have this basic diagnostic test run you will need to possibly pull all the doors apart until you find the one that is defective.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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    yadayada Mar 23, 2011

    I have heard of problems in both areas doors and trunk, they use the Ford designed micro switch, they stick, have done dozens of them, have the test run..

  • yadayada
    yadayada Mar 23, 2011

    Great, cheers then!

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