Wayne -- Reno, Nevada: 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD. Power door locks work on all but driver side. None of power windows work. Last year I reconnected the ground wire in the driver side rubber boot connection -- it had broken from door use. That connection seems fine still. I disconnected the batter for 20 minutes and reconnected. No change. Could this be a fuse problem? Don't see a fuse link in the specks. Any ideas? Wayne
Country: United StatesMake: JeepModel: Grand Cherokee 4x4Year: 2004
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Welcome to Just Answer Jeep my name is Mark.The drivers door module......aka switch........controls the drivers door power lock. The remaining doors and liftgate are controlled by the passenger door module......aka switch.So, if the drivers door lock is the only one not working, then it would appear you either have a broken wire going to the drivers door or potentially a bad drivers door module.You can start by checking for 12 volts on the orange/white wire going to the module/switch. This is the wire that powers up the module.For the power windows, the drivers switch is the "master" switch so if all the windows are not working, then again it poits to the driver's door module......aka switch.I hope this information is helpful and let me know if you need further assistance with this.
Jeep factory training........25 years in the industry.
Mark -- I think I have a bad driver's door module. Do I need to pull the whole door panel or can I access it from under the buttons on the indise of the car? Wayne
The module/switch assembly is attached to the door panel with screws, so you will need to remove the trim panel first to change out the module.I hope this information is helpful and let me know if you need further assistance with this. I hope this information is helpful and let me know if you need further assistance with this.