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If you are sure that the problem is at the sliding door, you can replace the door ajar switch to repair the problem.
If you are not sure, you will need a multi-meter and will need to pull the body control module out to do some testing.
Now I'll be honest. Its been many years since I have work on the sliding door of a 92' but you can either replace the switch or just remove the switch and ground the wire that goes to it to turn off the warning indicator.
There should be just one wire. It should be tan with a yellow stripe. Grounding this wire would be a permanent fix to the problem with the switch..
Please let me know if I can assist further..Thanks, Josh
I am going to release your question to see if someone has a better wiring diagram. Mine is not up to par...
hi i'm billwelcome to just answerplease remember I am NOT there in front of you! my answers are based completely on the information you provide
the slider switches were less than 10.00 bucks last time i needed one (a few years ago) and were the most common electrical issue in the older 3rd generation minivan (1991 to 1995) so i would feel very safe in replacing the slider switch, the 2 wires you have are for door chime and dome lights and the other wire is to ground so if for some reason you cannot find a switch simply disconnecting the switch will kill the warning chimes ,just be sure the slider closes properly before you replace the switch or yo will damage the new one
Thanks for your answer but I'm still confused .... by slider switch do you mean the whole door jamb setup with the childguard slide thing? ... and does that include the front pillar contacts? .... you mention 5 wires including a ground, but when I took both sides apart I only saw 4 wires ( 2 to the door side and 2 to the pillar side ) .... and if I were to just disconnect the the switch would I lose all the interior lights and the other chime functions? ...and lastly i guess you meant the sliding door when you said it needs to be working right or the it would damage the new switch?
I feel like a real dummy now that I realize I've assumed all along that the double spring loaded switches on the sliding door were the chime switches. What the heck are those for anyway?? Anyway, it finally dawned on me when you said to sit on the floor to view the chime switch on the rear pillar that we were talking about two totally different switches. Needless to say, when I saw that round switch where I should of been looking the light bulb went on
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