On my 2007 Ford Taurus, the door chime alert is sounding for no reason when driver door is opened after turning key off and removing it from the ignition. Headlights are off too.

10

Asked by Apr 20, 2014 at 08:59 PM about the 2007 Ford Taurus

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Also, the driver's door will
automatically unlock itself if I attempt
to lock the car using the power door
lock switch.  It's acting as if there is a
key left in the ignition but in both
cases the key has been removed.

6 Answers

154,025

Sounds like your ignition switch if faulty.

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29,555

faulty from gunk, maybe spray it with a solvent cleaner and air pressure blast

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117,005

Try a squirt of WD-40 in the keyhole. Then insert and remove the key several times to free it up. HTH. - Jim

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Will try your possible simple solutions. Thanks so much!!

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117,005

You're welcome. Glad to help. -Jim

29,555

Simple?

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