Don't get carried away with trying to bypass stuff; just fix the door switches. Here's a copy / paste version of a previous reply.
They are located on the rear of the door opening, just below the gold-colored door latch striker. They are self adjusting. If you look closely at the push button, you will see a slightly rounded thin button and a tiny slot right under it at the end of the switch. Use a thin pick in that hole to pull the button out. It actually looks like a fat plastic nail, about an inch long. That nail slides into the switch body when it bottoms out when closing the door. That's the self-adjusting feature. To prevent this from happening again, I placed three washers under the head of the nail to act as spacers. M5 metric lock washers are the perfect size with the correct size hole. Three of them stacked up works great, and for a "professional" touch, I used black touch-up paint so the silver washers didn't stand out. When you started, the "nail head" was pushed all the way into the switch body. That's as far as it can go. With the three washers, the nail head will be sticking out about 1/4".
This fix will prevent the switches from over-adjusting again. Check every switch for each door. Instead of washers, you can also use small diameter wire wrapped around enough times to build up about 1/8" under the "nail" head.
Thursday, June 11th, 2009 AT 10:57 PM