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2003 6 cyl 4x4 Grand Cherokee Laredo automatic- Occaionally, when shifting from REVERSE TO PARK, my Jeep will stay in reverse. Typically its ... '2001 WJ'4,0L'42RE'NV 242'380000 km'ECE Compliant' ??????????? ??? ...
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check the abs control unit. there is 2 lines that from the master cylinder that feed it,and there is 4 lines that come off it. 2 of the lines go to the front brakes and the other 2 go to the back brakes
Try the hazard switch.Do all the blinkers work?This may be a loose connection to the lamp.The window and lock system are on seperate circuits so very unlikely they are related.There is a seperate relay for the blinker and hazards,so a single blinker not working is either bulb or wiring.Widows are operated by motor so check the fuse, wires and and actuating switch. (Door trims off).Also check its not just jammed.Locks,check fuses,switch wires for damage or looseness and the actuator is working.Check the actu. rods are not loose are bent.(need the door trims off for this).Quite a few different things but hope this helps
REMOVE MASTER SWITCH UNPLUG IT 12V TEST LIGHT YOU SHOULD HAVE TWO HOT WIRES . IF THERES POWER THE PROBLEM IS IN THE WIRING HARNESS FROM THE DOOR TO THE THE VEHICLE. THE WIRES TEND TO BREAK AT THIS POINT. YOU DID CHECK FUSES AND WINDOW RELAY
There are broken wires in the wiring harness between the frame and your driver's side door. These wires control all the windows and door locks in a 95 Jeep. Same thing happened to me. You will have to cut the rubber boot to get it off and check which wires are broken and repair them.
had same problem with 94. in the door jam there is a rubber boot that holds all the wires for your power windows and locks and stuff. remove the boot and check each of the wires in that harness to make sure they are not broke. that's what was wrong with mine on both doors. the wires break with repeated door openings.