Usually the chime sound comes from a relay box in your dash. There are two possible ways of shutting it up. 1 Disconnect the relay box. In this first case make sure that the box doesn't control anything else, or you'll have to do the other way. 2 Locate the box, disconnect it, open it, cut the wire that goes to the speaker, close the box, and put it back where it belongs.
The "Door Ajar" warning means your door is not shut all the way.
One probably cause is that the door is slightly ajar. Another is a faulty door switch ... if the contacts aren't closing properly, leaving the circuit open with the door shut securely, the door chime will sound.
If the door ajar light is coming on in your gauge cluster, and the warning chime is sounding when all your doors, liftgate, and glass hatch are securely shut you most likely have a sticking door ajar switch. The door ajar switches are inside the doors mounted on the latch mechanisms.
I've had that happen in my 2002 mountaineer. what I've found is that if you spray the door latches with wd40 it will clean off the sensors and the door ajar light should go out. but make sure all the doors are shut.
a door in your car is not fully shut.
The best way to phrase it would be to place "was" directly before ajar Example: "The door was ajar, Then I shut it."
Close the door.
The door ajar light might stay on in a Mercury Mountaineer if a door is not shut properly. Sometimes a door will seem like it is shut, but will not be shut enough to trip the light off. Check for dirt or other debris in the door latch for all doors.
Shut the door!
the door ajar light is staying on all the time
The system thinks that a door is not shut completely. If all of the doors are shut tight, then a door switch is loose or bad.
Try spraying WD-40 on the door latch, the part that is on the door itself. The door ajar switch is located in with the latch. Had the same problem, door ajar light on, interior light stays on, and horns toots twice when you lock with remote, to signal door is not closed. Door was shut but truck didn't know it, WD40 fixed it.
Many rangers have a micro-switch built into the door latch that grounds when the door is shut. If the switches become dirty, they will cause the dome light, chime, and door ajar light to stay on. A few shots of contact cleaner should do them justice.
if you have a factory alarm..you will need a power remote to reset the alarm. or you can reset the alarm be using the key in any of the door locks or in the rear hatch lock . just cycle the key to the unlock position to shut alarm off. to reset alarm to armed use the door lock power switch to lock the door then shut door and alarm will reset to on .
Basically, although all other doors are shut, there is still a small draft which is coming in through the closed door, causing another to open slightly.
== == to engage the alarm press the door lock button on either door panel this will turn on the alarm to shut it off unlock the door from outside either side should disarm the alarm.
If you hear a door bell chime on webkinz world, it means a friend you have invited over just entered your house. If you hear the door shut, it means they have left.
Fod product? Spray the door latch assembly liberally with WD-40, operate the door a few times then spray with a silicone spray
find the switch on either the door or the door jam and glue a penny to it so that it reads shut all the time!!
Rear gate or door not closed all the way. Slam it shut.
You can unlock the car with the remote or with the key in a door to shut off the factory alarm.
Go to the passenger side of the car and operate the key in the door. That should shut off the alarm.
It should be fuse 25.
Inside door latch assy. spray with WD-40 and it will stop that iritating noise. Just open the door and spray till it stops when you shut the door.