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2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Special Edition: Power windows and locks work on driver's side but not on passenger side (regardless of whether you try to activate from control panel on driver's door or on one of the paseenger side doors). However, if use remote key to lock/unlock doors, all the locks activate. Any ideas?

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Check for a broken grounding wire (thick black wire) where the rubber boot is between the door and the body. I was having the same issue and almost bought a new control switch panel and then found the solution here.

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Remove the switch assembly from the drivers door and look for a broken ground.

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