Check the wires and circuits that are common to both doors such a the lock-out for the passenger door lock or window buttons first. There's always a common point of contact or harness that contains your problem and if you're a maze wizard like me, you always start in the middle not at the start. It's easier to get out than in! Obvious just get's you the general consensus not the right answer. Remember... Chrysler never learned from repeating their mistakes, if it rains leave your Chrysler at home under the blankets and dry. Moisture and crowding cause heat and resistance and Voltage Variables cause Computers to have a Break with Reality or a melt-down because they can't answer half-right questions and so they give half-right answers or answer everything a if they're mentally confused... which they are when their sensors get wet or shorted. WD 40 will chase out the moisture if you spray it on the wiring harness and it won't harm anything, that was it's main purpose when they discovered it... Water Displacement experiment number 40... Chrysler's prayer answered butwho knows about it?
I have a '99 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo with a unique electrical issue. I have already searched the existing forums and Google to no avail. So, here it goes:
Everything in the Jeep works just fine until the front, right door is opened. When that door is open, the electric locks and windows won't work. I haven't torn into it yet. In the interim, I'm inclined to think there is a short in the door's wiring harness which grounds out when the door is opened. Then again, I'm not real sure how that would effect the left side either. Anyone ever encountered this issue in the past. I will look into any and all suggested solutions. I just have no idea where to start on this one. At first, I thought the PCI may be an issue since it so often is, however, I fail to see how it could be in this case since the trigger is opening the front passenger door. Thank you in advance for any guidance provided!
On a side note, all of my gauge's back lights but one are out. Any idea where I can purchase replacement ones and possibly guidelines for replacement? Thanks again! Bryan Cox