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Old 03-30-2008
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Door ajar!

hey i need to adjust the sensor for the door ajar because everytime a take a turn or lean into the door just a tiny bit it goes off and its really annoyingso some help would be great thanks
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try the wd 40 thing irst. Spraying it in the latch. Thats the most common problem. Just needs a little lube.
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yep, drench it with wd-40...
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search then spray with WD-40
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As mentioned a million times before in here, WD-40 is good and will help, but it's just a "band-aid" solution. Just buy one from the dealership. Very inexpensive and easy to replace. Do both while you're at it.
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i got WD40 but i dont know where to spray it
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i got WD40 but i dont know where to spray it
Spray it in the latch on the door. Spray it like crazy. Then open and close you door several times and spray again and you should be good. I did it to mine and the problem went away and never came back.
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alright sweet i will try that thanks for the help
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