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Power locks broken

On my 96 Jeep Cherokee the power locks have all of a sudden stopped working (both switches - passenger and driver).  What should I check and how can I fix this?

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Check the wiring harness between the drivers door and "A" pillar.
You might have to peel the harness cover back and look to see if any wires are broken in there.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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