I have power to left side windows or door locks.if i jump power to thick brown wire with the strip,everything works.all fuse in fuse block are good.I would like to know what fuse in the 3 row fuse block is the power window fuse.2000 jeep grand laredo.
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First, check all fuses to make sure that none are blown.
If the door lock switch works on the passenger side, then the drivers side door lock switch is probably faulty. Use a multi-meter to test the Drivers Side Door Lock Switch (Black and Pink/Light Green wires unlock the vehicle, and the Black and Pink/Yellow wires lock the vehicle) If the switch is tested and found to be operating properly, you may have a faulty Body Security Module or Drivers Side Door Lock Actuator.
If neither of your Power Mirrors are working, you probably have a faulty Exterior Rear View Mirror Switch, Power Mirror Module, or blown Central Junction Box Fuse.
If none of your Power Windows are working, you probably have a faulty Accessory Delay Relay or a blown fuse in your Central Junction Box or a faulty Master Window Adjust Switch (all of the Power Window Switches feed through this Master Window Switch). If the Power Windows didn't stop working at the same time, you may have faulty Window Adjust Switches, or faulty Power Window Motors, this is very unlikely though. It would also be a good idea to inspect the wiring for any obvious damage.
On jeeps there is a common problem with the windows,door locks and power mirrors not working. If one or none of these items work on your jeep here is a good tip and 90 percent of the time this is the fix. On jeeps there is a rubber housing inbetween the drivers side door and the fuse panel with wires in it. If you are having problems with all the windows not working unhook the battery then roll the rubber back and look for a broken wire or wires. If there is a broken wire or wires, and there will be, strip the wires and reconnect them with wire connectors. If it is only happening with one door lock or window there is a rubber housing on each door do the same steps on just that door. This will happen and cause either the widows to not work at all or just roll down and not up.
first thing to check is the wiring between the car and the door. probably about 3/4" thick bundle of wires with a plug to disconnect it from the door. check is is plugged in properly with no obvious signs of damage to the wiring. one or more of the wires are likely to be broken as they flex from repeated opening and closing of the car door over the years. check the fuses for any blown ones, but mirrors, windows and locks would normally be on separate fuses and it would be unlikely for them all to break at once.
another possibility is a bad earth between the door and the body, but this can be ruled out very quickly by connecting a heavy wire or jump lead from a good earth point on the body to a good earth point on the door and seeing if anything works.
FRONT DOOR TRIM PANEL - REMOVAL
Release door latch and open door.
Roll window down.
Remove window crank Window Crank - Typical , if equipped.
Remove screws attaching trim panel to door Door Trim Panel and Trim Panel Screw
CAUTION: Do not forcibly pull trim panel from door, damage to trim panel may occur.
Simultaneously lift upward and outward to release retainer steps from inner door panel Trim Panel Retainer
Disengage inside handle linkage rod from inside handle.
Disconnect speaker harness wire connector Speaker And Power Mirror Connector
Disengage power mirror wire connector, if equipped (driver's side only) Speaker And Power Mirror Connector
Disengage clips attaching power window/lock switch panel to door trim
panel. Disengage wire connector from switch panel, if equipped Power
Door Lock/Window Connector
Separate door trim panel from vehicle.
Position trim panel at door.
Engage wire connector for window/lock switch panel, if equipped. Engage
clips attaching power window/lock switch panel to door trim panel.
Engage power mirror wire connector, if equipped.
Connect speaker harness wire connector.
Engage inside handle linkage rod to inside handle.
Align trim panel retainer steps with inner door panel and slide trim panel into place.
Install screws attaching trim panel to door.
Install window crank, if equipped.
Hope helped with this; remember rated this help. Good luck.
You'll need to remove screws that are by the door handle,
arm rest, under door and side of door and then gently pull back on the
panel as there will also be retaining clips attached and you don't want
to break them. You'll need to lift the door panel upwards in order to
get it off the window ledge.
Sounds familiar - I pulled the rubber boot back and found the black wire was broken. I stripped the wires and put on a couple bullet connectors (terminators) and all is good. Just wish I would have seen this post before I took the door panel off... Oh well...