Door switch is done I would belive
Is your chime continuing after cranking vehicle and door is closed. If so, there is an electrical switch in the door that gets stuck. Use a spray lubricant inside the door latch to free switch.
I would assume you have either a "Door Ajar" indicator or the Dome light stays on. I don't know if it applies to the 95 but on our 97 the switches are located on the door latch mechanism inside the door. WD40 spray on the door latch really worked for the Dome Light problem, I would guess it will work on the door ajar switch as well.
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!!
I would think you have a faulty door jamb switch. The drivers door is used the most so I would replace that switch first. I hope this helps you. Mark
I had a similar problem with my 95 ranger and had to resort to pulling the fuse to turn the dome light off... Make sure that you lubricate the latching mechanism on both doors. A part of the latching mechanism on my driver side door was sticking, so even though I had my door shut tight and locked, the latching mechanism would trigger the doom light into thinking the door was open, even though it was shut. Spray WD40 in both door latches solved my problem just soak it
AnswerI had a similar problem with my 95 ranger and had to resort to pulling the fuse to turn the dome light off... Make sure that you lubricate the latching mechanism on both doors. A part of the latching mechanism on my driver side door was sticking, so even though I had my door shut tight and locked, the latching mechanism would trigger the doom light into thinking the door was open, even though it was shut.Only suggestion I can give to fix the problem.AnswerFixed min with WD-40 in the door latches also, your headlight switch, turn knob to the right.you can control dash and dome lights this way.yes by spraying the latches in the door with a good penetrating oil you can free up the switch that is in the latch this switch is replicable but hard to replace Ive had to do my 98 ranger Manny times also my 2003 explorer does the same thing always been able to get them to work by spraying them
When my 95 Neon light stayed on, it was caused by a bushing on the door that fell off. Without that bushing, the switch was never pushed in and the light remained on. Check all your doors. turn the headlight switch until it goes off or the other answer
Chances are your drivers door jamb switch is bad; I would replace it.Mark
On a 95 ranger, the 4wd actuator needed replacing. on a 95 ranger, the 4wd actuator needed replacing. However, you can put it in 4wd and tap the from housing and it will sometime go into gear. The lack of use causes the actuator to freeze-up.
Yes they are the same,the only difference may be the door panels if one has power windows.
A pin switch in the trunk triggers the light.
94-98 doors are all the same dimensions. however, on the 95 the door jamb switch (the switch the turns the interior light on) may be different. As long as the hinges are the same style, they should be no problem at all.
on brake pedal lever
check your door switches (little push switch the door hits when closed)and the headlight switch could be gumed up.I have a 95 f 250 and it was the headlight switch.picked one up at the salvage yard for 5.00 I have a 98 F150 that was doing the same thing I sprayed wd40 over where the door switch was and after closing it a couple of times the light stayed off. No problems since
Power is being interrupted; the turn signal switch is a power juction see if the power is flowing thru it.
How to change dash lights on a 95 Ford Ranger?
just pry them out. two metal clips hold it in.
there is a switch in the trunk on the left behind the door right next to the fuel shut off switch is
To replace the brake light switch on a 1995 GMC Sierra 1500, the steering wheel will have to be dismantled until the brake light switch is reached. The switch is changed by unplugging it and plugging in a new one. There are screws holding the switch in place.
on my sons 95 prism i had to loosen the nut on the brake light switch and turn it in a couple turns then retighten the nut, works fine
You can find the window relay switch inside of the drivers side door. You will need to remove the drivers side door panel in order to access the window relay switch.
Disconnecting the brake light switch requires crawling under the steering column of a vehicle. The brake switch is placed behind the brake pedal and the clip for the switch will be on top. Simply unplug it.
On top of the gearbox there is a nut with 2 wires coming of it. that's the reverse light switch Its hard to get at but its possible. had to do it with my pajero aswell
i have a 95 and it maybe a little different but on the 95 u open the door and its a little piece of plastic u pull back to reval the fuse box