Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee: When my daughter was driving, the drivers door ajar monitor indicated the door was open when it was not (re-closed all doors and hatches). Now the dome light stays on unless you turn it off (no-longer in the automatic mode, automated mode allows for automatic headlights and the dome light to come on when the door is opened... Headlights work in all modes except automatic mode), all four power windows do not work and the radio controls on the steering wheel don't work (radio volume, etc.). All of the above happened 2-days ago, all at once.
Also, I suspect a drivers door pin. I looked at the site of the door hinges but could not find it. Is the door pin located inside of the door? Is there one? I can not find the power window fuse, relay or circuit breaker, do you know the location? Just purchased Haynes Repair Manual and it gives no indication or help with above. Thanks!
Check for a broken 12V+ or broken ground wire in the rubber boot that goes from the drivers door to the hinge pillar. Had this problem on mine and found both wires broken from years of flexing when door opened and closed. Don't try to splice the break, as the wire is too short and is also brittle. Run new (same guage) wire through the boot and splice inside the door and under the left side kick panel.
Posted on Dec 31, 2008
It is definetly a door pin problem i believe it is located in the door latch assembly
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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