[DML] Re: Ye Olde Door light/buzzer switch
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[DML] Re: Ye Olde Door light/buzzer switch



This may not really be a good solution but it has worked for me.  My 
car, is pristine and only has 12,200 miles on it yet I have the same 
problem that you have described.  

Believe it or not, I simply epoxied the switch in the door frame with 
some 5 minute epoxy and then put a "glob" of hot glue inside the rubber 
cover, and slid it back on.

The hot glue keeps the rubber bumper from going on all of the way and 
held it in place.  The end result has been that it is a bit longer now, 
as a result of the hot glue, and the lights do not come on from a bump 
or me placing my leg against the door.  All-in-all a great fix, that 
does not show, and has worked well for the past two years.  

Hope this helps....

Scot Stern
6452 







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