Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Two problems with those are that the lock and latch assemblies rust up or the linkage rod between the handle and latch falls off. Best and easiest way in is to cut a hole into the plastic panel and reach in and pull the rod up. There is another way that requires drilling a small hole in the outside handle cover but most people opt for the other way. the panels are usually available very cheap at most junkyards. I use epoxy putty to hold the rod into the clip after re-attaching it because the clip itself is a poor design that fails easily.
Posted on May 08, 2010
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