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post #1 of 10 Old 08-16-2017, 07:39 PM Thread Starter
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No Power Locks

Wife's 07 WK is having issues with power locks. None of the locks will respond to either the key fob or the driver's side door or passenger side door switch.

When hitting either the keyfob, driver's side, or passenger side I can hear a clicking noise from the somewhere in the dashboard on the driver's side.

Also not able to open the rear hatch because it won't unlock. Able to open the glass.

Checked the Wires running to the driver's and passenger's doors. Didn't see any broken like on her XJ (stupid speaker wires keep breaking)

Fuse? Control Module?

Oh power windows working with no issues


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post #2 of 10 Old 08-20-2017, 07:53 AM Thread Starter
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Finally had a chance to do some troubleshooting.

Power lock fuse was blown. Replaced it. Blew again after unlocking and locking. Replaced and blew again.

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post #3 of 10 Old 08-20-2017, 01:30 PM
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Unplug the wiring harnesses for all the doors, replace the fuse and try it again. If it blows, the short is in the hatch or hatch circuit or the body side of the door harnesses. If it doesn't blow, reconnect the doors one at a time and keep testing until you find the one that pops the fuse.
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Unplug the wiring harnesses for all the doors, replace the fuse and try it again. If it blows, the short is in the hatch or hatch circuit or the body side of the door harnesses. If it doesn't blow, reconnect the doors one at a time and keep testing until you find the one that pops the fuse.
Where are these located? I have a 2007 WK with the exact same issue
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post #5 of 10 Old 08-20-2017, 09:09 PM Thread Starter
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Unplug the wiring harnesses for all the doors, replace the fuse and try it again. If it blows, the short is in the hatch or hatch circuit or the body side of the door harnesses. If it doesn't blow, reconnect the doors one at a time and keep testing until you find the one that pops the fuse.
Good idea will go that route next chance I get. Headed out of Town for a week so maybe next weekend.

Will look over the FSM to find their locations

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The pictures in the parts diagrams aren't the best but it looks like the plugs are right after the rubber boots coming into the chassis, so I'd start with the kick panels up front and the lower pillar trim between the front and rear doors.
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post #7 of 10 Old 08-21-2017, 04:54 AM
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lol well im going to see what wigsajumper finds out, I noticed mine stopped working when my battery took a dump in my jeep.
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The pictures in the parts diagrams aren't the best but it looks like the plugs are right after the rubber boots coming into the chassis, so I'd start with the kick panels up front and the lower pillar trim between the front and rear doors.
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lol well im going to see what wigsajumper finds out, I noticed mine stopped working when my battery took a dump in my jeep.
Will try and remember to post what I find out.

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Will try and remember to post what I find out.

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I appreciate it. ive been living with it for a few months now.... wouldn't mind them fixed. thankfully I have the factory alarm as I had someone try to break into my jeep awhile ago and as soon as that door popped alarm went nuts and they took off. LOL
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