Question about Jeep Cherokee
Not much to diagram there...what you have is a handle that is operated either by hand or by a solenoid when you activate it. The handle is connected to the latch itself by a rod (that likes to fall off especially on GC's because water gets into them and rusts up the latch till it jams.) Best way in is to cut a hole just a few inches to the drivers side of center, about 7" from the bottom. You can get your hand in there and pull the rod up to unlock it. Use lots of wd40 or other solvent to free it up. You can then re-attach the rod and cover the hole or get a new cover from any scrap yard. There is another way in but it requires some precise drilling and extra work. I use the easy way as it's quicker and just as good.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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