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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When my 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee did that I replaced the fuel filter. However, another thing that can cause that (believe it or not) is a bad battery
how do i fix my 1998 jeep grand Cherokee when the wheel turns right it locks up and I cant turn it back. If I put it in reverse it will unlock and I can drive again.
The code p1762 in a Grand Cherokee shows possible transmission problems. Low transmission fluid could be the cause. Make sure that the fluid is full then check again.
crank sensor ?
That would depend on the size of your camper. I have a small pop up camper and used my 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee (V6) to tow it from Chicago to Yellowstone and back. I will never do that again. I now have a 1995 Grand Cherokee (V8) that tows it with no problem.
Inoperative radiator fan.
I have a 93 Jeep GC. You can put the window back on track but it will certainly come off again. You need a window regulator/actuator. Ive done a lot of research on the web and it seems that most jeeps are having the same issues with the windows. The part is pretty expensive. Someone told me you can use the rollers offf of a sliding screen door instead
Common issues with the rear wiper motor. Sound like you will be replacing it.
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Alternators gone bad.