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#4225 of 5134 Re: 1999 jeep grand cherokee driver side door controls [torney]
Aug 18, 2008 (7:15 am)
My jeep is a 97. The fuses should be listed inside your owner's manual and there should be a fuse for this function. I believe the fuse is for all power window/door lock modules. You will have to double check.
Assuming I am right, blown fuse cannot be reason because passenger door works. There is a microprocessor based control module inside your driver door. My recollection is that it cannot be repaired. It has to be replaced as an assembly. This type of part is typically available at a salvage yard local or on the Internet.
If you work on it yourself, be carefull when you disconnect the wiring harness. The connector will probably be difficult and if you pull on the wires you may damage the connector. Rubber gloves might make it easier to pull on it with your fingers and disconnect (-) of the battery before you work on it.
#4226 of 5134 Jeep Won't start
Aug 18, 2008 (7:25 am)
My jeep was running fine on Saturday but yesterday when I went to drive it it wouldn't start. The motor tries to turn over but it won't ignite. Now of the gauges are working either. Hooked it to a battery charger and it still will not start any ideas?
#4227 of 5134 Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Aug 20, 2008 (7:48 am)
My kids entered my car thru the tailgate. They unlocked the doors from the inside and the alarm went off. This has happened before, and I did what the manual said, use the key on the driverside door to open and the alarm went off. This time, that didn't happen. What do I do. I don't have a remote start, just the key. Please please help. Thanks!
#4228 of 5134 Re: Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee [mommytmh]
by Stever@Edmunds HOST
Aug 20, 2008 (7:59 am)
Try putting the key back in the door and turning it back and forth twice (or more).
#4229 of 5134 Re: Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee [steve_]
Aug 20, 2008 (9:33 am)
I have had this happen and once you open the door insert the key in the ignition and turn it on. Do not have to start it.
#4230 of 5134 Re: Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee [mommytmh]
Aug 20, 2008 (3:16 pm)
I have the same issue with no remote too... I just open the door & start the truck... That usually does it. +<:?)
#4231 of 5134 Re: Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee [wolver1ne5167]
Aug 20, 2008 (3:39 pm)
I tried a few things that I read online and nothing seems to work. The security light stays on but the engine won't stay on. I guess I'll have it towed to my mechanic down the street. Bummer though, car maintenance wasn't in my budget this month!. Oh well.
#4232 of 5134 Replacing a Radiator in 96 Grand Cherokee
Aug 20, 2008 (10:19 pm)
I have to replace the radiator in my 96 Grand Cherokee. Any ideas on how difficult this is? It seems to be an easy fix but any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
#4233 of 5134 Re: Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee [mommytmh]
Aug 21, 2008 (3:03 pm)
when light stays on the key bfob has not been read
if you have a bunch of other keys on your key ring remove them and see i that dont work
#4234 of 5134 Re: Security System on 95 Jeep Grand Cherokee [tuggajb]
Aug 22, 2008 (8:14 am)
Apparently there is a problem with the cylinder lock on the drive side door. In order to disable the alarm and start the car, all I had to do was use the key in the passenger door. Just and FYI in case anyone has the same problem. Would have been nice if the dealership could have told me this.