Regrettably, I didn't see inside my door during this work. From other pics, in this thread and others, I believe there are three (micro) switches, and a motor, in the lock assembly. One of my switches was 'burnt' and therefore not doing it's job....DieselDrink said:Is the Switch assembly not the operational switch inside the door?
Where is the burnt Switch assembly located that they replaced? Is this not referring to the door lock assembly?
Evidently you can do it two ways. You can rid the black plastic support piece all together and install the locking module ...though harder to install ...still can be installed. Or you can get a rivet gun and re-revit the black plastic support piece to the locking module itself ...as OEM.HotRod said:How does the lock carrier get re-attached to the door if I drill out the rivets that hold it in place?
Yeah, this is happening with my girlfriend's car. But in her case it is a warranty issue, so part of me would rather let the stealer try and fix it, and part of me worries that they would just screw it up.milehighassassin said:Bump this up....
My drivers door just started doing this. Dome lights won't come, alarm doesn't go off when the drivers door opened while armed (say you lock the car with the remote and are inside, and then open a door... alarm goes off for every other door), and I can lock and arm the car with the driver door open.
PM me your info...autohaus said:anyone have a canadian supplyer for teh radio shack switch? as radio shack is no longer in canada. and the US ones will not ship to canada.
Any electronics store will have microswitches of the right size. They are standard parts and easy to find.autohaus said:anyone have a canadian supplyer for teh radio shack switch? as radio shack is no longer in canada. and the US ones will not ship to canada.