Question about 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix
This is caused by the door not being properly adjusted to close all the way. When you open the door of the car there should be a stud or U-stud on the door jamb that the door latch latches to. It should be secured by star head bolts. Loosen the bolts and gradually, a little at a time, move the stud towards the inside the car until the light goes out. This will also ensure a proper weatherseal around the door, so there will be no road noise. Also, you will not lose any heat or air in your vehicle when you have the windows up, and running the heat or a/c.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
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