DOOR AJAR

2000 Ford Ranger

Tiny

irishsappie

March, 3, 2009 AT 7:23 PM

Electrical problem
2000 Ford Ranger 6 cyl Two Wheel Drive Automatic

When I close my door the door ajar light and the interior light stays on and I can not figure out how to repair it can u please help me.

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Tiny

James W.

March, 3, 2009 AT 8:21 PM

This is a real common problem with Fords. The door ajar switch is inside the doors mounted on the latch itself. Get yourself a can of spray lubricant of some sort and liberally spray down the latches from the outside of the doors and open and close them a few times. This usually will take care of it. I would avoid any procucts like WD-40 or any kind of " rust" breaker. These are corrosive, and just make the problem worse. Hope this helps.

Tiny

James W.

March, 3, 2009 AT 8:21 PM

This is a real common problem with Fords. The door ajar switch is inside the doors mounted on the latch itself. Get yourself a can of spray lubricant of some sort and liberally spray down the latches from the outside of the doors and open and close them a few times. This usually will take care of it. I would avoid any procucts like WD-40 or any kind of " rust" breaker. These are corrosive, and just make the problem worse. Hope this helps.

Tiny

James W.

March, 3, 2009 AT 8:21 PM

This is a real common problem with Fords. The door ajar switch is inside the doors mounted on the latch itself. Get yourself a can of spray lubricant of some sort and liberally spray down the latches from the outside of the doors and open and close them a few times. This usually will take care of it. I would avoid any procucts like WD-40 or any kind of " rust" breaker. These are corrosive, and just make the problem worse. Hope this helps.

Tiny

James W.

March, 3, 2009 AT 8:21 PM

This is a real common problem with Fords. The door ajar switch is inside the doors mounted on the latch itself. Get yourself a can of spray lubricant of some sort and liberally spray down the latches from the outside of the doors and open and close them a few times. This usually will take care of it. I would avoid any procucts like WD-40 or any kind of " rust" breaker. These are corrosive, and just make the problem worse. Hope this helps.

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