Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
It sounds like the switches on the drivers side door have gone bad (very common problem with the grand cherokees). I would first test the switch at the harness. Probe the wires to see if the harness is getting power. If it is not getting power than you have a bad relay/fuse. If it is getting power then there is a very good chance the switch has burnt out. Another possibility, there is a kink in the harness going through the door jam causing a short. as for the interior light issue; The switch has more than likely gone bad and needs to be replaced also (the three most common switches i see go on grand cherokees are the door, lights, and heating controls). but, before you go about replacing any switch, unplug the harnesses and clean the connectors carefully with some rubbing alcohol, fine git sandpaper, and a little bit of dielectric grease. Sometimes its a simple corrosion issue. Let me know how it works out.
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
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