Question about 1998 Ford Mustang
My 2002 was dinging when the headlights were on. The latch is covered with plastic. It gets loose and makes the door not shut completely, Even if it seems so. I trimmed the loose plastic off. Now near that latch below that's below the door handle is a small unseen button called a door adjar button. That also becomes stuck. You can spray that up. In some cars the door adjar is on the other end of the door. So don't go looking for it there. Sometimes a bad key cylinder causes dinging. I have heard of people taking a piece of tape and putting it on the metal contacts on the cylinder. Some cut the wire for the chime too.
Posted on Oct 16, 2015
It's likely one of the door switches is damaged causing the door open signal. It can also be caused by the key in the ignition, so don't rule out a faulty key insertion switch.
Have your husband or a mechanic test these parts for accurate functionality.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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