Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Lets start with the window problem, the most common reason for all the windows to stop working is a broken wire or wires coming into the door, if you look where the door hinges are when you open the door you will see a rubber tube that the wires run inside off, remove the front and then the rear of the rubber tube, you will be able to slide it back from the front and then the rear and check for broken wires, resplice the broken wires together and the windows should work, check all wires closely, as far as the gauges you may have a bad cluster or bad connection, remove the cluster and unplug the connector then connect it back and see if this helps it, if not then i would say the cluster is bad. hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 09, 2010
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