Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Although time consuming, still the easiest way to find your problem is to pull each fuse, till the draw disappears. If you don't have a volt meter, you can pull one fuse (or circut breaker) at a time and wait to see if battery has remained charged during the time it would normally take to become discharged. This will put you on the right track, at which point you need to determine exactly what system(s) that fuse serves, then test each of those components and their controls, modules etc.In your case, since you already are having a window problem, I would pull that breaker first. Pull large fuses last (such as the one that goes to the alternator, since that circut kills too many sub-systems and will mislead you. Before beginning testing, have the battery checked for proper voltage and also have it "load tested" to make sure it is in good condition, as a defective battery will often appear to have the same symptoms as a system drain! (new, does not mean good, only means new)
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