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The door switch on a 2002 Honda Civic is found inside the door panel. Remove all the mounting screws and gently pull the panel off. Find the door switch and unscrew it from the mounting bracket. Unplug and replace the switch.
If your interior light is also on, replace the door switch.
Remove the screws holding it in. Push the assembly forward and pull it out from the door. Remove the two metal bars from the back of the assembly. Reverse for installation
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Do you mean for the door or the main switch on the driver's side? The main switch is very easy to replace... not sure about the door switches.
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Replace the switch ! It is really not that expensive and it will fix the problem !! If it works from the drivers door replace the switch on the door that doesn't work ! If it works at that door replace the drivers switch ! KM
To replace the switch, no you don't have to remove the door panel. There should be 2 screws holding it in, both right on the switch mount.
The door ajar switch is part of the door latch.
take the screws out of the door hanle to separate the inside door molding from the body then just pull he door molding off from multiple locations in a pattern around it.
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you need to take off the door panel then when it is off you will be able to pop out the switch and unplug it then plug in your new switch pop it back into the door replace the door panel and that's it
Do you mean the main switch by the driver or the switch on the door itself?
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Theuy are bolted on from the inside of the door.
Door sensors are at the door latch. The sensor is actually a mechanical switch. This switch rides on a cam lobe that activates the switch on & off. The switch is very sensitive and if there is any kind of wear in the lobe of the cam can indicate door open even if it is shut. The only way to repair or fix the issue is open the door latch from the door and replace the latch assembly or build up the wear area. I used a kapton tape to build up the wear area and it fix the problem. Do not over build the area.
The door switch, (a little push button on the wall that the door smacks against, is probably stuck. But they are a pain to replace.
replace the door switch. its most likely bad
Yes, you should be able to do that.
On the interior lights for the back seats, there is a switch. When you turn the switch to "Door" mode it will make the lights turn on when the door is opened.
Remove the inner door panel.See link below.
there is a screw clearly in back of the door handle along with a screw behind the door lock, you must remove the plastic lock switch and find the screw there. also a screw under the panel holding the door tray, but optional. then slide the door panel out upwards