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door ajar indicator stays on

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    • Oct 18, 2018 1:47:15 am
    Hello fellow Scion tC owners: this morning driving to work I notice in my 2006 tC my door ajar indicator keeps flickering and most times stays on. when I parked I close driver door but if I'm not fast enough to lock it will come on again and wont be able to lock it with remote. but if I close the door and be fast locking it with the control it will lock the car and stays off. I searched in forums but it seems no one had that problem before. any pointer will be appreciated it
    • Nov 13, 2018 7:02:58 am
    Did you figure out the problem? I replaced my door jam switch in my 4runner. I bet that's the problem. Let us know the outcome. It helps teach us newbs
    • Nov 13, 2018 7:32:01 am
    • Edited 1 times, last by sgtrod64 on Nov 13, 2018 7:32:16am.
    Hello yota , for your question kind of. I replaced the driver's side once , was still doing it. replaced the passenger one and was still doing it . (with brand new ones0 I re-replace the driver's againg with the original switch then I had the car running for a few minutes then started working normal up to this date. hopefully its ok now. just keeping watching it. thanks
    • Nov 13, 2018 1:48:58 pm
    sgtrod64 wrote:
    Hello yota , for your question kind of. I replaced the driver's side once , was still doing it. replaced the passenger one and was still doing it . (with brand new ones0 I re-replace the driver's againg with the original switch then I had the car running for a few minutes then started working normal up to this date. hopefully its ok now. just keeping watching it. thanks


    hey sarge.. did you replace it with an aftermarket and then re-installed the factory switch? or was it a toyota brand switch the whole time?
    • Nov 14, 2018 2:42:50 am
    good morning . I bought it in Ebay but it has Toyota labels as Switch Assy. Courtesy Lamp- part number 84231-60070. so far so good. I think the system need it to reset itself. after I started the car and leave it running for a few minutes went back to normal.
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