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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I know the problem. Mine does it too. The fix is easy. Open & close doors to find which one is causing the problem. Open that door panel and find the release latch at back of door. There are 2 wire harnesses attached to the latch. Unhook the wires and spray sockets of latch. There is a ballbearing that gets stuck in switch. Lubricate that ballbearing and work latch manually several times. This problem will reoccur occasionally especially when there has been a lot of rain. Good Luck
Posted on Jul 08, 2008
Your security system inside your steering wheel is probably gone bad and needs to be replaced.This is a dealer job or a very experienced auto elactric shop.
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
Right above your pilot light, there is a little temperature probe. It either needs to be cleaned, replaced, or adjusted closer to the top of the pilot flame. Hope this helps. Good luck!
Posted on Nov 07, 2009
If you have not done so pull the engine codes or have someone do it.
The codes will give you a good idea where to start otherwise the first place I would check is replacing the Crankshaft Position sensor. This is not only very common for them to fail but I have 1994 Laredo and 1996 Laredo and both had the same trouble at exactly the same time. In addition I replaced the Intake Air Temp sensor, coolant temp sensor and idle air control valve on the 1994. The clicking is probably relays and is more than likely normal.
Posted on Dec 15, 2011
The idle air control value is stuck or set to low. You can adjust the air speed at idle with a screwdriver in the inlet manifold. Google the IACV for your car in images and you will see which part to adjust.
Posted on Mar 02, 2012
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