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Power Windows Don't Work

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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It is part of the Motor Assembly.

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

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