Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
In that jeep you have the two modules in the front doors (driver door module DDM and passenger door module PDM). They both are energized through a circuit breaker. Chech the breaker as a first step. It is located in the fuse panel named K. The fuse panel has only two circuit breakers, check the one that is located above the other one. The fuse panel is located on the kick panel on the passenger side, just ahead of the hinge, inside the vehicle you will see it has a piece of plastic as a little door you can grab and pull to expose the fuses.
Posted on Aug 11, 2010
Open door check wires in rubber boot on both sides i just had the same problem. it was 1 bad wire on each side
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