Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I can hear the solenoid switch when I activate the keyless door lock but the back doors do not lock
If you can see the lock (manual buttons) attempting to move, just spray the door latches with wd40 really well. I even open up the door panels abt once a year and just give a squirt into the rubber boots on the solenoids. These tend to rust and bind more because the rear doors are generally used less than are the fronts!
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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Rotate the key from the center to the unlock position.
Press the horn button on the remote keyless entry transmitter.
Count the number of chimes that you hear. The number of chimes tells you which mode you have set.
Press the horn button again in order to change the mode. Continue to press the button until you hear the number of chimes that indicates the mode that you want.
Turn the key back to the center position and remove the key from the door key cylinder.
In order to exit and save the current feature customization modes use the following procedure:
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