The door sensor is an integral part of the door latch mechanism. The sensor cannot be replaced independent of the latch. A sensor appears on each of the four doors, as well as the tailgate. WD40 sprayed on the sensor sometimes frees it up (you must remove the interior door panels to access -- it's part of the latch and difficult to see because it's well hidden inside the door), but just as often, WD40 won't cure it. You can also remove the 15Amp fuse in position 14 in the box located beneath the driver's side of the dash. This will disable the interior lights as well as the running board lights (good), but it also disables the power windows (bad). This will, however, solve the problem of the lights remaining on after the doors are shut and running down your battery. The only true fix is the replace the affected latches. They sell for approx. $55 on the Web, and unless you're mechanically inclined, and very patient, you should have the dealer do it for you (expensive). Malfuntioning door sensors are a very common problem on Expeditions, Explorers and Windstars.
wd40 in all door latches and strikers.
You may have tried this but i have a 2000 expedition and when it sayd door ajar its usually the window part of the hatch that's open....other than that I dunno
I had a problem with my door ajar switch staying on in a 98 EXPO and when I took it to the dealer they just sprayed W-D 40 in the locking mechanism for the door. I guess there is a senso in there that turns the door ajar light on and the w-d 40 makes it get contact.
The trunk lid is open or the ajar switch has malfunctioned.The trunk lid is open or the ajar switch has malfunctioned.
inside door panels, buy a repair manuel and it will tell you haw to remove it. easy fix!
If your interior light is also on, replace the door switch.
the door ajar switch is Incorporated into each door latch if you have a problem with the door ajar light staying on along with the interior and running board lights spray each latch including the back glass and door latches and open and close each door several times this should fix the problem good luck
The trunk lid is open or the trunk ajar switch has malfunctionedThe trunk lid is open or the trunk ajar switch has malfunctioned
The door ajar switch is built inside the door latch.
how deo i find door ajar switch 2005 gmc serri
The door ajar switch is part of the latch, inside the door.