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On my 2001 right hand drive cherokee none of the controls on the door panel work, there seems to be power getting into the switch but there is no control for windows, mirrors, locking or curtesy light, any ideas?

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  • kimba127 Sep 12, 2008

    none of the o/s/f door panel controls work at first it was just the cortesy lights not going off then all o/s contols lost and climate control is not working all fuses ok and thiers power after the door plug to controls could it be none earthing fault or door pin switch although it dos'nt explain climate control fault tried disconnecting battery for 20 second reset thats when climate con gave up ???? mines a 2002 grand cherokee

  • taz_f Sep 17, 2008

    hi

    i am having the same problem, have yous managed to find a solution? someone was saying about changing the door wiring harness? possibly a break in there somewhere? or could it need re programming?



    thanks

  • dgh1965 Nov 22, 2008

    no power to drivers window controls,locks or illumination on switches on 98 grand cherokee

  • prez96 Dec 09, 2008

    ...i have a 1994 jeep grand cherokee ltd., power mirrors on both sides will not respond to control. is this just a fuse issue? i checked with the owner's manual, but i can't seem to find a 'fuse' that is assigned to 'power mirror's'....

  • Anonymous Dec 16, 2008

    yes i have a 2004 jeep cherokee none of the power buttons on driver door panel works,dome light stays on for a long time, even while driving ,,,can not open rear hatch door,,any suggestions,,on how to get door panel off,, took out 3 screws and still does not come off

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Hi all,
suppose you have worked out your little problem. I have just been experiencing the same thing with my 2004 GC ltd. Windows, mirrors, etc not working and interior light staying on. Took it to the shop and they re soldered the wire (behind the door panel) that had come off. Cheap problem really.

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