Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This is a known problem with a wire too short and rigid to withstand the flexing that occurs within the wiring harness from the firewall to the driver's door.
I've repaired twice, since there's not enough length to hold a coupling.
NHTSA (not the safety agency that is once was) doesn't require Chrysler (not the manufacturer it once was) to recall and repair this known problem before it results in the loss of life or injury to driver or passengers. No power locking, no windows operating and instrument cluster lighting that must be reilluminated using the dimmer, after closing the door. SNAFU for the consumer!
Won`t touch that one with a ten foot pole if there was a dealer with half a car about its consumers it would take care of it for you sence you found the prob. for them and there will be more you need to rase a little more hell dont for get consumer is all ways right if they want your business
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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