Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Some say on the overhead mini console,,, others on the passenr door... which is the right answer.. Thanks Ray
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try unhooking the battery to see if resetting the body computer helps. low batteries and poor connections at the battery can cause weird problems like this
Posted on Oct 16, 2008
Check the fuses for the overhead console, could be that if not then the console needs to be replaced.....
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
The heating element (a wire) in the seats breaks over time. That is why the driver's side usually goes out first. Chrysler made a repair kit at one time, but they have all sold off the shelves by now. Watching discussion boards about this problem, the least expensive and most practical fix is to replace it with an after-market (generic) heated seat kit - which are actually much better actually. Most folks just leave it be and go without - depends on their climate I suppose.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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If your vehicle has
the dual power sliding doors, both doors will have
to be reset. To reset a door, do the following:
1. Check to be sure the power sliding door is
unlocked and securely closed.
2. Turn the ignition to LOCK.
3. If the power sliding door overhead console
switch is in the override (deactivation)
position, return to the activation position.
4. Open the sliding door using the remote
keyless entry transmitter, overhead console
switch, or passenger switch. Allow the door to
travel fully open.
If the door does not travel to the fully open
position, press the overhead console switch to the
override (deactivation) position and slide the
door fully open and closed. Check for foreign
objects in the tracks. Repeat the procedure starting
with Step 1. If the door resists travel to the fully
open position, see your retailer for service.
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