Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Can not fine a fuse for the windows
As an owner of Jeep Cherokees both older and newer than your model, the following is only a guess.
For the older units, the fuel block is located under the left side of the instrument panel. Mid 90s units had the fuse block located in the right side kick panel, behind a cover. Late 90s had the fuse block located in the right end of the instrument panel under a cover.
A blown fuse is easy to identify through the clear plastic body. Also, the fuses can be checked with a test light. If replacement is necessary, BE SURE TO REPLACE WITH THE SAME AMPERAGE (i.e. use the same color as the blown fuse for a replacement).
Repairing an electric window often requires specialized tools. However, you can check the fuse(s) as you suggested (there may be one for all windows or separate fuses for each door motor), the actuating switches for broken/loose wires, and you can remove the door panel(s) to check the motor wires to see if they are loose or damaged.
Check to see if the affected window fails to respond to only the switch on the driver's door or the switch on the affected door itself. This may help narrow down the search
Just some general ideas which may be helpful.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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