Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Try spraying WD-40 or similar in and all around door latch area on door.Spray up, down, in behind, etc as much as you can to try and unseize any linkages that may be in behind latch. Quite often the linkage to the motor for lock mechanism will get rusted & seize. After spraying, wait 5 minutes or so & keep working it manually a few times then every once in a while try power lock button. Can you at least hear it trying to work, like a faint thump in door when you hit switch or remote?
Posted on May 17, 2009
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