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The trunk lid is open or the ajar switch has malfunctioned.The trunk lid is open or the ajar switch has malfunctioned.

If the trunk lid isn't actually ajar, the switch has gone out of alignment, or it broke.

The door ajar switch is part of the latch inside the door.

The door ajar switch is part of the latch, inside the door.

Possible faulty door switch.Try contact cleaner or light grade of lubricant on the switch. Push it i nby hand and see if door ajar light goes out.

If the door is ajar and light stays on, spray some WD40 into the latch. The door switch is probably stuck. Spray all doors then open and close a few times.

If the switch is bad or out of adjustment, then the door ajar light will stay on. The overhead light will not go out, and the security alarm will not set.

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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.

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Just to the right of your headlight switch on your dash , is a gauge lighting dimmer wheel switch . Check to see if that has been rotated all the way up. If it has , that turns on the courtesy lights when the doors are closed If you also get a door ajar warning light in your gauge cluster , you probably have a sticking door ajar switch . The door ajar switches are inside the doors , on the backside of the latching mechanism .

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Blast the switch with some wd40 and push it in and out a bunch of times, this usually works on fords when the light wont come on but its worth a shot. If no luck you will have to replace the switch.

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.

On my 2002 sportage 2-door, the door ajar light stays on when the tailgate is not locked. with the key.

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

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