Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Do any of the switches in the driver door work (locks, mirrors). If nothing in the door is working, then this is probably your problem. There is a problem with alot of jeeps various year models with a ground wire separating going to the door. To see if this wire is indeed broken, you need to first open the driver door. Inbetween the door and frame, there is a black rubber tube that houses the wiring harness. You'll probably have to work at it because it's in there to be water tight. After you have that slid back, find the connector that is in the middle of that rubber piece. Shine a flashlight in there and on the body side of the connector, you're looking for either the black wire or orange wire. If it's not attached, you've found your problem. It just needs to be repaired with a **** connector or soldered and heat shrink. Do not use scotch locks, if you were thinking about using them, have someone else repair it for you the right way. It will probably take about 20minutes of working at it to get the rubber piece back on after repairing that wire.
Posted on Jun 02, 2011
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