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Old 03-19-2013, 09:12 AM
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I'm having an issue, and I hope one of you can help. I have a 2004 Dodge Ram 1500 quad cad hemi. I had the fun time of replacing the heater core which I finished up yesterday. Problem I'm having is everything is back together and when I started the truck up with all doors closed the door ajar light was on. I went around reclosed all doors and the light wouldn't go off. Did I forget to reconnect something under the dash? any help to push me in the right direction to solves this would be a huge help.
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The first thing I would want to know is which door is causing the problem. You'll need a scan tool to find out which switch input is open.
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Off topic but how did you know exactly what to do for heater core replacement? I need to change mine I think but no clue on taking apart dash and everything else.
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