1995 Ford Explorer. looks like the alarm is going off but no sound. I hear the door chime, all the doors keeps unlocking on its own along with the interior light. Any suggestions? Also when i switch the headlights on, the problem stops. When i have the vehicle running with doors open, the problem stops but when i close the door, the problem begins and the "door ajar" light blinks.
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sounds like problem is GEM module- General electronic module which commands all those functions. those modules are known for failure, but before replacing it, you must verify that all ground and power supply to module are present.
ig module is missing ground, or if it has weak groung it will do all this things, as electricity is will founds its ground though other components.
I mean through other componnents.
I will send you GEM module plug schematic with each wire application
so you or your mechanic can check
i just tried opening and closing all doors while the vehicle is running, i think the one giving me problems is the driver door
the ajar switch is the one usually fails,
use heavy WD40 spray
and slam door few times
do you know where is that located at?
look at lower door frame
sorry body frame for front door
it is the one door pushes it when closed
i tried looking around for that, i think its internal with the door latch
if not there it is part of door latch
when door is closed it will close and ground the circuit for adjar light
spray this lutch and close hard few times. but there must be more than that if it all goes when head lights are swithed ON
Howeve, if you will need to check Gem module . let me know and I will send you GEM plug info
that will be a lot of help if can get the GEM plug info
I would of got all the diagrams for this vehicle from my school, but there close on the weekends. We have alldata.
ok, give me few minutes and I will prepair it for you
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is this located right next to the radio?
yes it is behind senter if instrument panel.
sorry I mean center of dash