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The symptoms you are describing are that of a failed or sticky door jamb switch. The switch is located in each door's jamb area. Since it's the driver door you are having issues with, the driver's door ajar switch is the one at fault. You can first try lubricating this switch with WD40 to see if it helps the issue. If not then the switch will need replaced. The switch is only about $10 new, it will look like the pic below..
Sunday, October 31st, 2010 AT 8:02 PM