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Had an F150 with the same problem. In its' case, Ford had a better idea. The older models had the switch mounted through the door frame, the newer models have the switch mounted behind the kick panel and use the strut that passes through the door frame to activate it. Some lube in the area around that strut should help, but if it doesn't, pull the kick panel and check the switch and its' mount to insure they are tight.
The best defense is a good offense, and I'm really offensive!
2000 F-350 Super Duty Crew cab dually, 7.3 PSD, 6 speed, airbag overloads,Prodigy brake control, 120 gal aux fuel tank, Zoodad, HX crossover pipe, DYI intake