Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
It could be the switch,but i would check the wiring harness between the door and body for any breaks in the wires first.since the doors always open and close,the wires which connects all of the door controls bend and sometimes even if 1 wire breaks it will cause all of the door controls to malfunction.just open the drivers door and look between the opening of the door.there usually is a wire loom covering the wires so you will have to try and get around it in order to see if the problem lies there.you might want to check all the door wires also.if there is a break,fix the wire then check all fuses/relays and everything should work like it should.hope this info helps you. take care and good luck, manny
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