Question about Jeep Cherokee
Remove the plastic door panel on the drivers side unplug all of the cable bundles going to any controls on the door and plug them back in making sure that its got a good firm seat. then open your fuse box between the door and the dashboard and check any fuses that the lid suggests have anything to do with door or lock controls. goodluck
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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