My mom owns a 1998 Jeep Cherokee and the driver's side window stopped working. My father has taken a look and says that he needs to replace a rubber belt to fix the issue. I can't find this "belt" anywhere on the internet. I can only find the: 1. power window motor; and 2. power window regulator. Would the belt be part of either of these items? Thanks for your help!
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All Of The Window Controls Are Controlled By The Master Switch, Which Is The Drivers Window/Door Lock Control Assembly In The Door. Sometimes A Removal Of The Control Assembly And A Through Cleaning Can Bring It Back To Life. More Specifically The Window Lock Button. This Is Why The Other Windows Have Stopped Working At The Door But The Drivers Control Still Operated All The Doors Just Fine. Next To Go Bad Is The Auto Down Function. basically The Inner workings Of The Switches Are Gunked Up. Take the Driver Side Door Panel Off, Remove The Door Lock Assembly From The Panel. It Can Come Apart, But It's A Three Hands Kind Of Thing. The Buttons Pry Off, But Be Careful They Will Fly Across The Room. Once You Open The assembly wipe Everything Down With Some Cleaner, I Used A rag And carb Cleaner. I Did This And It Worked For A Couple Of Months. It Was Much Easier To Order A New One From Rock Auto.Com, It's Plug In Easy. 1.5 Hours If You've Never Taken The Door Panel Off Just Because You Have To Be Patient. My Replacement Been Working Great For 2+ Years. Cost ~ $60.
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No there is not a seperate fuse, but all power goes through driver door. First check to see if windows roll up and down using switches on drivers side. If they work then try the passenger side. If they don't work then the problem is with the passenger side switches. IF nothing works at on using either side switches then check the wiring through the kick panel and through the door, it could be that wire has been disconnected or cut. Good Luck.
CHECH TO SEE IF YOU HAVE FUSES UNDER THE HOOD, COULD BE A RELAY.BUT IF ALL THE REST WORK THE DRIVER SIDE PANNEL COULD BE BAD.KEEP YOUR WINDOWS UP WHEN IT IS RAINING,TAKE A TEST LIGHT AND SEE IF THE PANNEL IS GETTING POWER
I have the same problem with my 2004 Jeep.I seen a lady last week opening her door on her cherokee to mail a letter, and asked her if her window and power locks don"t work, she said no.She said her mechanic said it was a module.I wonder if this is a faulty recall with Chrysler?
it is your switch in your door or it is the moter hook a batt charger to the moter if it works then it is your switch if it dosent it might have froze up oil it and beat it up tap it with a hammer don't go easy on it this works
MY POWER WINDOWS WOULD WORK AND THEN NOT WORK, IT SEEMED TO BE WHEN I WOULD SHUT THE DOOOR THEN THEY WOULD WORK, THEN CLOSE THE DOOR AGAIN AND THEN THEY WOULD QUIT AGAIN. THEY ALL STOPPED WORKING AT THE SAME TIME, IT SEEMS TO HAVE SOMETHING TO DO WITH THE DRIVERS SIDE DOOR. NOW THEY WON'T WORK AT ALL.
lightly pry the switch up from the driver's door and do the same with the other doors. Check the voltage from the door switch on one of the other doors (it probably won't show any voltage). What it sounds like is the master door switch (driver's side) has shorted out, actually it's in the lockout mode. First try some electric contact cleaner spray, and spray the driver's door switch, make certain that the driver's side isn't in the locked mode for other window operation and if that still doesn't work, you'll need to replace the master door switch.
Look for window relay on fuse box inside car or at motor compartment Once You find it switch it for another from a window that You know it works, if no thing happen, pull switch of the door, at main left door and by pass the wires, with an" U" shaped wire, see if works, if not, pull door panel off, brake nylon locate the window motor and tap it with hammer wile pressing switch going up, If is Your driver window,that's the first one to go bad