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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-13-2006, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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"Door is Ajar" light stays on

I got a freind with a 1999 SUperDuty. His "Door is Ajar" light stays on. Anybody know where to look first?

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I think you can try to spary WD40 into the hinge area, I have heard of peoples connections sticking and they have done that and it started working correctly..:Thumbup:

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Spray some WD-40 into the latch area...inside the door. My passenger rear door was the only causing all the problems until I did that.
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That has been know to do it....
but if not... not a hard thing to replace the sensor....

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We'll try the WD first.

Where is the sensor? In the door?

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Its attached to the latch itself. If you pull the panel and the latch out, you can remove it and replace it. Pretty simple.
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MIne stayed on one time because I forced to door open from inside when it was iced closed. It stayed on for 1/2 a day till it thawed out...
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