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Had a similar problem... the wiring harness that goes inside the drivers door had a broken wire, hence no power would go to the door locks or the power windows. Check the area where the harness flexes when the door opens and closes.
You would have to take the door panel off to take the window motor off, then run jumper wires to the window motor terminals. If the motor doesn't turn, time to get a new one. But more than likely, if all the windows don't work, it may possibly be a fuse. Also, you might want to check the window switches, they do burn out. I have had to replace a couple on my 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
I just had the same problem with my 1995.. believe me its a pain! by the way on the driver side below the steering wheel close to the door there should be a hidden pink (or any color) plastic box which basically controlls the cars security system... i removed it and i was good to go...try that... the only thing though is that you wont be able to lock the doors automaticaly, ull have to do it manually
There is a panel on the inside of the door where the mirror is.
That has to come off.
In some cases the door panel has to come off also.
Under the mirror panel there are nuts that hold the mirror on. Remove the nuts unplug the harness and install the new one.