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Actuator issue 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee

PDLs keep actuating open and closed sporadically while driving vehicle or sitting stopped at lot. Going over bumps it's worse. Is this a bad actuator or something else?

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  • sherrytrans Oct 29, 2008

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Check the wiring harness between the drivers door and the "a" pillar

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