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Well, yes and no!
This will be a pretty big job, as you should have to take the rear door all apart to get at the broken parts inside the door.
Often, the broken part may be nothing more than a plastic clip or bushing that has failed.
You may discover the job to take all day.
God bless your efforts.
The tire pressure monitors are made in the valve stems. You will have to replace the valve stems then have the codes cleared at the shop. Most tire stores have the tool to reset the tire pressure monitors. It can be a little costly.
I've had my 2005 Grand Cherokee into the dealer 5 times for the same issue and they've replaced a bunch of stuff, but have not found the problem yet. A quick fix, I've found, is to jiggle the key in the ignition. Doesn't fix the problem, but it does stop everything from going crazy! Let me know if anyone has the actual fix.