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  1. Someone swiped my driver side mirror this evening. Popped out the mirror and damaged the molding a bit. However the mount seems fine. Anyone know where I could pic up these pieces? (2012 Ford Edge SE)
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    Problem with door ajar sensor

    I will say this again. Stop having them do this. It's real easy to replace on your own. Take 30 minutes to an hour max. Not labor intensive at all.
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    Problem with door ajar sensor

    Please go look in other posts. There are links to the parts and instructions on how to fix this yourself. I agree Ford sucks, but not worth 600 when you can do it for 50. Did it myself and I am pretty terrible when it comes to fixing anything. Plus, I would hate to reward Ford with any of my money for their incompetence.
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    Problem with door ajar sensor

    Give it time and it will be there all the time. I haven't been able to shut the door where it registers in about 3 weeks.
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    Problem with door ajar sensor

    Appreciate it. Went to my families home and took out the latch to get the part number. Found it on amazon http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00HRSSSCA/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1. For anyone wondering, that is the latch on the front driver's side door for a 2012 Ford Edge SE with keyless entry. The OEM part number is BT4Z-7821813-A. Anyway, wasn't too difficult of a procedure, and the part is only 50 bucks.
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    Problem with door ajar sensor

    I have a 2012 Edge and have also experienced this problem over the past few months. This past month has been the worst and now shows the door as never being shut unless I try to slam (and I mean slam) the door no less than 5 times if I am lucky. Anyone know the part number of the latch so I can order it and get it fixed pronto?