Unfortunately, no, we don't, but yes you can. It is quite easy. Locate the switch in the door jamb. Remove the plastic trim. There's usually at least one screw holding it in. If it's a tall piece of trim, you should only need to pop the section near the switch to access the rear of the switch.
The schematic I'm looking at shows the switch to be a normally open switch that closes to ground when the door is opened. This tells me the problem is most likely the connector has come loose or the wire has broken. Use a tight light to see if power is getting to the switch if it's connected. If not, you will need to pop the pillar trim and door sill trims and trace the wire to power.
Wednesday, August 26th, 2015 AT 4:32 PM