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2000 f-350 7.3 diesel, the interior light stays on when the doors closed and the wiper work by themselves even if the car is off, the seat belt light is on and also the check engine light, but if you open the door the lights go off and the wipers work properly. i pulled a relay and fuse to temporarily stop the problem

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Check the cab and frame grounding straps. You have a open ground circut.

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I have a 2005 Buick Terraza. When I put in gear and drive it starts dinging and indicates that a side door is not closed. They are and I have cleaned the contact plate.


This warning indicator is controlled by the BCM - body control module . You cant turn it off , you need to fix the faulty input switch that signals the BCM that the door is open .
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70,000 is not a lot of miles.

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