Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Some dielectric grease can actually insulate and cause a bigger problem. Clean everything up and use tuner cleaner from an electronics store. If that fails to work, you will need to actually identify the wire(s) that aren't making contact, remove them from the plug and repair them. Often the problem is not at the connection end but at the place where the wire is connected to the connector. Also check and make sure all the pins are straight.
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