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Jeep has just started doing this, remembering I don't have a key fob, key is just unlocking drivers door and unlock button is doing nothing. Passenger front door lock button is the same, whereas before it locked/unlocked all doors.
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Broken wires on place where they are going from car to door?
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From memory, the smarts are in the passenger door for the WJ.

It could be the wires on the lock switch that are broken or a wire in the door harness that has an issue.

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From memory, the smarts are in the passenger door for the WJ.

It could be the wires on the lock switch that are broken or a wire in the door harness that has an issue.

Jason
Yes, that's right. Its actually the door panel on the passenger side. I have the same issue. I guess one of my cables between door and body is faulty. I have a second Jeep for spares where the door remote worked perfectly. I transferred just the door panel and suddenly it did not work anymore (neither did the one which was in when I bought it).
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Ta guys, got into jeep this a.m., wound windows down, now can't wind them up or lock doors grrrr.
Also where we are at the moment in the sw of WA the march flies carry you away if your outside

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I've read this sort of problem is usually the wires in the door harness

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Swapped relays around and bingo it worked, for a while, swapped them back and doors and windows seem to work but alarm doesn't?

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