I just changed the motor/regulator on a 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee this morning. It took me about 1 1/2 hours total. I bought the general repair manual for the car at auto zone and it had step by step instructions for removing the door panel, removing the glass window, and for replacing the motor. it was about 7 bolts total to remove the motor/regulator assembly, and two pins to pop out with a flat head screw driver in order to dis lodge the window from its mechanism/lift arm. I am by no means a mechanic and know very little about repair, but this repair was easy. I recommend you buy that book at any auto parts store and there will be your answer.
pls see... http://www.faqfarm.com/Q/What_is_wrong_when_the_front_passenger_power_window_motor_sounds_like_it%27s_going_to_work_but_then_stops_and_the_window_will_not_move_on_a_1999_Jeep_Grand_Cherokee
The front passenger window will not go down on a 93 Jeep Grand Cherokee if the motor or switch has failed. This is common when water gets inside the motor.
what size motor?
If the rear window on your 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo will not open, you might have a failed window motor or actuator. You could also have a fuse that is blown or an issue with the window wiring.
Trade it in for a Holden
It could be that the window motor has stopped working.
pls see... http://www.faqfarm.com/Q/What is wrong when the front passenger power window motor sounds like it%27s going to work but then stops and the window will not move on a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
how to replace1994 grand drivers side power window motor
It is inside the door, bolts to the regulator(the linkage that moves the glass up and down).
Remove the window regulator and motor from the door as an assembly. Drill out rivets that hold motor to regulator and replace motor. Regulator needs to be riveted back into door for reassembly
as long as is it the same motor the tranny should be the same