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I guess you have a 2001 or newer jeep grand cherokee. there is a transmission temp sensor in the ******. it is very easy to get at

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My ptcruiser just cutoff.ignition comes on but starter not responding. Says nofuse .also what's that switch / sensor under battery


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Magic locking doors


The power locks are controled by the electronic vehicle information center(EVIC) located inside the
overhead console. From you're description it sounds
like the EVIC is recieving false or intermitent signals,
or there could be a problem with the EVIC itself.
Before going to the dreaded dealer,you can try reprograming the EVIC and turn off the auto lock option. The instructions for this procedure should be
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off the auto lock, if you choose to diy.
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