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A lot of times there's a little push button switch on the door jamb that resembles that of a refrigerator door switch. You can remove that switch and disconnect the wiring harness from behind it. If the switch isn't on the door jamb then it's incorporated with the latch assembly inside the door. You want to be carefull with disconnecting this harness because it will also serve the power door locks. I wouldn't recommend going down that path.

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You will have to disconnect the warning chime module, it is on the driver side under the dash, follow the sound, it is about the size of a pack of smokes, it is usually black in colour.

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SOURCE: Disconnect sliding door chime 2005 Saturne Relay

On my 05 Relay I scratched the oxidation off of the switch heads and the contact plates on the door pillar. Worked for me.
Another fix I've read about is to take out and put back the PSD fuse. Then open and close the doors twice (with power button) for the computer to relearn the positions.

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