Mercury Repair Questions? Ask a Mechanic for Answers ASAP
Welcome, I'm Chris (aka Moose) I prefer to work when others don't, I am here around lunch and after dinner till after midnight.
It would be easier to disable this door ajar signal at the module. Is that what your wanting to do, make it so this sensor will no longer see the door is opened?
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You would access the smart junction box and unplug the connector with this circuit on it, remove the wire to the door that has the faulty 30$ sensor.
Are you wanting to remove wires from the SJB or are you wanting to get into the door to fix the trouble switch?
Hello again Chris here,
I was wrong on the 30$ part, I punched in the wrong year when looking at the ajar sensor diagram. Yours is integrated into the door latch not a sensor you can remove like prior years.
I can not answer if you can do this repair, I do not know your skill level.
The better option is to diagnose and fix it correct.
The SJB is the fuse box under the dash.
Remove the 2 wires indicated and retest. If the issue still occurs then add a chassis ground to both of these wires and retest.
Did you follow the steps I listed prior?
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