Re: 2000 grand cherokee
Pull the fuse to totally disable it?
Try pulling the negative battery cable for 10 minutes or so to totally reset the onboard computers, and see if the problem persists. Otherwise it could be a faulty sensor telling the system that a door is open or something like that.
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