It IS a door switch. But a mechanic's computer might indicate right front door when, actually, in an XLT (2000) the suspect switch is in the left rear door. Two hours later, after pulling three doors apart, he discovered this, disabled the switch in five seonds, and now the problem is solved and I still have a dome light.
Either the control knob or the slide switch that controls the dash lights is turned or pushed ALL the way-U will feel a click when it's moved ALL the way.(possbility)AnswerOr a bad door switch. AnswerActually a more likely scenario is that the door switch is simply sticking. Spray some non-film cleaner (carburator cleaner will do in a pinch)in there and it may very well resolve the problem. Answersame problem as the Taurus and Sable Dome light problem. I just bought a 1998 Ford Taurus SE and right away I noticed the Dome light wasn't even coming on. The 2 map lights did work. I asked the previous owner about it, but he had no idea. Today I bought a new bulb and noticed that the light stays on forever, and the door ajar icon stays lit. I read through some of the responsed posted for the problem, so I tried the WD-40 idea and it fixed it in 30 seconds. What you need to do is spray light lubricant (WD-40) on the drivers door latch. This is right at the end of the door (where is swings away from the car). You'll see the latch looks like plastic. Give it a few sprays, then open and close the door several times. If it works, the light should go off in about 30 seconds, and the door ajar light will go out. What must be happening is that the door closes, but something is sticking, not allowing the switch in the door to close. Spraying on the lubricant loosens this up, and in my case fixed it right away. . Regards, Doug
why would a 1995 ford f150 interior and cargo lights stay on with the doors closed ?
Who else would it be but of course the business leaders pulls the strings together in my company behind closed doors. But they have to remember also that things wont happen if not because of ordinary employees.
In order to illuminate the light, you need a closed circuit. It would be normally open, and closed to indicate that the door is open.
Often there is a switch on the dashboard, or an "on" function to an existing switch, such as a dimmer switch. It merely needs to be turned "off" and doors closed, to watch for light going out, notwithstanding any timer or short convenience period.
one of the doors is not closed all the way or the switch in one of the door jams turning off the light. I would guess that the light is flickering when you driving. Which means it is one of the switches
at night when there is little to no light.
yes on closing time but if was going to answer the question logically the answer would be yes when the bombing of the twin towers took place it closed for the day
It goes into closed loop mode, and one of the sensors is not inputting the info the PCM needs.
Keep your doors open, and avoid using bathrooms that are on the first floor of your house. Keep a baby gate (the ones at the top of the stairs to have babies avoid falling down them) at the stairs, so the dog can't get upstairs to a bathroom with closed doors. If your only bathroom is downstairs and you would like to keep your door closed, place another "baby gate" in front of the door. Do that also to other doors you would like to remain closed.
Absolutely. If you leave the doors open, the air conditioner will need to work over capacity as you are allowing warm air into the area. As well as warm air entering, you are allowing the cooled air to exit. Having the doors open means that the air will not cool to the temperature you have set the air conditioner to, and it will be using far more electricity than it usually would with the doors closed.
The area near the church was heavily commercialized.If the theater group had not commercialized its efforts, they would have closed their doors within a year.
You would have to take it to a Ford dealership so they could diagnose why the airbag light is on. It is not something that you would want to do yourself.