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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 02-19-2012, 11:06 AM Thread Starter
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Automatic shut off ???

I have a 2007 Commander. 4.7L limited 4x4. I'm having a problem when I exit my truck. When I turn off the truck and take the key out of the ignition and open the driver side door the radio doesn't automatically shut off. When I repeat the process and open any other door the radio will shut off, just not when I open the driver door. Then a day later I can't use the lock button on the driver door handle and the toggle switches for the front two windows isn't working. I can roll the back two windows down from the driver's door controls. Not sure what's going on, please help. Not being able to roll my window down at the drive thru or ATM's presents a problem when it's 20 degrees outside. Thanks.
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did you check the fuse box?
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Check the wires and the plug for the door harness.

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That switch box does go bad but not knowing the door is open or closed lead me towards the wire harness. When you open your door there is a rubber boot in the jam thats the one you should check. Be warned though it can be a PITA to get that boot back on.


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There are actually a few tabs that can be pressed and the connector comes out of the jamb, then you can slip the boot back on and snap it back in.

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