Question about 2001 Ford Taurus
Sounds like you have a sticking door switch,the switch is loacated on the door latch itself, the hardest thing is to figer out which one it is , next time it sticks start out buy opening the rt rear pass door ,than the left rear,and than the right front, most of the time there is only one switch that sticks,the good thing is that the car has a GEM module that will turn off inside lights after about 10 mins to keep bat from running down ,you just have to narrow down which switch is sticking,when you find what door seams to be causing the problem,than you will need to remove the door panel to acceses the door switch,the door latch will need to be removed ,if you are not Mechancley gifted than i would sujest taking the car to a shop Note spell check not working ..
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
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