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1. the Dashboard does not work
2. my windows does not work
3. When driving, the jeep will sometimes shut off in between the range of
5mph-50mph; When this happens the brakes are hard to push down,and the
steering wheel locks up, making it hard to turn.
To make things more wierd; during the winter the car drive fine, even tho
the dashboard and windows does not work. However, when the weather starts
to get warm around (50-70 F) the dashboard starts to flinker off in on, and
then the car started to shut down again while driving.
When i took it to a jeep dealer to look at, they did a diagonstics and
found nothing. They recomends that i replace the body control module,
Is the price to replace a body control module correct? and do these
symptoms lead to a bad body control module, since the jeep dealer only
recomends, instead of saying "you have to replace this"?
Re: Jeep Grand cherokee "replacing a Body Control Module"?
battery to the body goes bad, the vehicle can steal grounds through
other paths. This makes for shaky connections and stalls.
I would be using a battery booster cable and run it from the battery
negative to a solid metal part of the body to see what happens.
A bunch of the computer ground tags are usually bolted onto the engine
block near the dipstick.
I don't know where the main ground is on a GC, but it could be a mesh
cable jumping the engine mount or be right from the battery.
86/00 CJ7 Laredo, 33x9.5 BFG Muds, 'glass nose to tail in '00
88 Cherokee 235 BFG AT's
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