Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
You have a short in the drivers side door switch. This is the little black rubber boot located in the door jam. Test the door switch out with a multimeter. As far as the clicking, first thing to check is to see if your battery terminals are not corroded. Take the battery cables off the battery and use a battery post cleaner (avalible at your local auto parts store) to clean both terminals. If the battery is clean then you will need to check your fuses. Find your fuse box located underneath the drivers side steering wheel and pull out each fuse and test it with a fuse test light. If you find one burned out or blown out then replace it. If all of your fuses are ok then you will need to check your battery and see if it is 100% charged and holding a maximum charge. If it is then you will need to replace the alarm relay and/or the automatic stop relay. Click on the links below to read more
Posted on May 28, 2010
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