Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I checked the fuses and they seem to be ok, but unsure wich ones they are. It was just out of nowhere this happened. Any idea's?
Try looking in the fuse box under the hood fuse 50 , and in the dash inner location of driver fuse 20 , if fuses are good i read on this site that the door hindge boot has wires in it and the black wire sometimes brake just pull it back and chck for any breaks don not need to unassemble the door itselt. then see what happens. i have the same problem only a 04 .
Posted on Mar 01, 2009
There is also a RELAY for the windows, which is identified on the same fuse block. but if the relay and fuse are replaced and the problem still exists, I suspect it is a broken wire occuring where the wiring transitions between the door and the body. Open this up. Inspect it, and test with a continuity tester to see if there is any break in any of the wires.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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