Thanks for using Just Answer, the most common cause of the problem you are having is a defective door ajar switch, try spraying some WD40 on the switches and see if that works, if not then you will have to have switches replaced. I am sending you instructions in pdf format, hope this helps you out.
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Thankyou for the info on resolving the Door Adjar Switch. If I understand you correctly this is located on the drivers door correct? Should I use Silicone VS. WD40 since this is an electrical component? What am I trying to accomplish by spraying the lock with a lubricant? Do I need to direct my spray to a certain site in the lock mechanism?
Shawn, thank you for your valuable insight as to what is going on. When I spray into the lock mechanism is there a particular location I should be trying to his with the lubricant? Should I use silicone vs WD40 since this is an electrical issue?
To remove the Door Adjar Switch I will need to remove the lock mechanism on the drivers door correct?
I await your response....
Usually over time, they start to stick and then fially stop working all together, try using WD40 in the latch assembly (see below)
No , just the latch mechanism, if that doesn't work then more than likely the switch is bad and will need to be replaced.