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How do you get the power window on a 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee to work again after loosing all power to the right side front door and all fuses are good?


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2008-01-28 03:08:31
2008-01-28 03:08:31

Check that the up/Down switch wiring is not loose or corroded on the right door and that the plug is tight also you could run a hot wire to check that the window regulator motor is not bad....Hope This Helps (new response) I have this same problem. The motor is good. I have checked motor and the switch. Both work fine. All the other windows work. I believe there is a short on the other side of the *alarm relay box (which is located in the glove box under a panel). You can hear the relay clicking off when I try to lower the window from the drivers side. So the short is probably under the dash somewhere. When I try to lower the window, the ABS dash light flashes on. I haven't figured it out yet, but I will update this when I do.

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