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Re: 04 jeep larado/windows will not open or close
If all fuses etc check out, look at wiring harness inside loom that is located near door hinge area of drivers door for bared or broken wires. Not uncommon for wires to get ruined especially at drivers door, as it is opened & closed the most.
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your master control module is bad..we just did this with a close friends' jeep.. it went all funky and I couldnt figure it out at first..the dealer we took it to fixed it because it was and still is under warranty.. thats what was wrong with hers..
Wow I just had the problem fixed on my '04 jeep yesterday. The wires under the driver's side power seat were pinched and or broken. I had an electrical specialist - not a dealer- fix the problem for $85 what a deal.
There is most likely a break in the connection on the passenger side wiring harness that runs thru the doors jam. Either a wire has broken or there is a bad connection at the module connector. This is a very common problem. Sometimes you can grab the harness, when the passenger door is open, an move it around and the door switch will start to work again. The best thing to do is pull off the panel and check the connection at the module window switch then proceed to the wires that are in the door jam, the ones that bend all the time when the door is opened and closed.
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?
slide the rubber boot up and check the wires in the hinge of the doors. I will bet anything that the wires are broken. that was what was wrong with mine. just splice them back together and everything should work fine.
THIS REALLY WORKS****** Saved atleast $600 easy
Ok so when you open your driver door there is a black boot that goes from the body of Jeep to the door (inside the Jam when you open door-its visable) Take this loose...inside there is a wire bundle...there was a black and orange wire in there that were both broken....All we did was strip these and reconnect them w/ connector....Voila..windows all roll up and down..interior lights come on and the locks work and the power mirrors....I AM SO HAPPY THAT THIS WORKED SAVED ME SO MUCH $$$$
Your chevy uses two fuses for the system. The power lock actuators are on the 15 amp fuse inside the truck. The fuse for the switches (locks and mirrors) are under the hood. For 99 to 04 (I think those are the years) there is a TSB on replacing the 3 amp fuse under the hood with a 5 amp fuse because this is a well known problem of having these blow.
Your drivers side window is a different issue. If the rest are working your problem is in the motor or getting power to the motor. The wires that go from the body to the door often crack and break with the opening and closing of the door.