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Question about 2004 Grand Cherokee

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...door rubber boot. Seems to be a common problem. I replaced the battery on my 2004 Grand Cherokee Jeep after doing so my car window locks and mirror would NOT work! THANK you all for making your ...

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Question about 2000 Grand Cherokee

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...door jamb inside the rubber boot that runs between the door and the body. just had the same problem. check the black wire in the rubber boot from the body to the door on the drivers side. i just ...

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...door. Peel back the rubber that protects wires and you will find broken ground wire(black) add a piece of wire solder and wrap with electrical tape put rubber boot back into door everything should ...

...rubber boot where door hinges are, open drivers door and look at hinges in the middle you will see a rubber boot you may have to cut, but first pull it away from frame and door it pops out with a ...

door, grab the rubber boot that the wires run thru, and move it around. Some times this will help create the connection and restore the power. If not, the door panel will need to be removed to inspect

Question about 2004 Grand Cherokee

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...rubber boot between door and fender. Remove the door panel then you can unsnap the rubber boot and push it out of the way enough for you to crimp the wires back together. I just fixed mine for the ...

Question about 2004 Grand Cherokee

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rubber boot between door and body spliced it back together and all works again took longer to get the boot back on than fixing the wire check your wires between the driver side door and the cab. i had

Question about 2004 Grand Cherokee

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...rubber boot between the door and the body of the jeep. Pull this rubber boot back and check for a wire that has been pinched into. Mine was the thick black wire. Splice it together with electrical ...

Question about 2004 Grand Cherokee

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...door. You will see a rubber boot that protects the wires when the door is opened, pull back the rubber boot from the door, and inspect the wires, the black wire is most likely broke or

...connections are made at each of the door sensors. The rubber boot between the door and body is to keep the wirining harness dry, free of corrosion, and getting pinched between the door and the

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