While away for about an hour, the passenger window on my Jeep just sagged open on it's own, when trying the power for the window, the motor makes noise for 1/2 second and then instantly stalls. The motor doesn't seem to go at all in either direction. The passenger door light goes dim when the power window switch is held. The window can be moved up and down all the way by hand, as if not attached to anything remotely like a drive system. It's still on the tracks, but there just seems to be no connection to the drive motor and cable anymore.
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sounds like an open power or ground circuit on passenger side,since the door lock and the window,lost its functioning.Both switches would have to be bad at the same time,which is not probable, to be the fault. Unless there is a saftey lock out switch on the drivers panel,controling the passenger side door lock and window.
You my have a "electrical gramlin" in you car.. check the whole wiring from driver side to passenger side, to the doors, under the floor mats, check all connectors. It looks like you lost the complete connection to passenger side. Maybe the conector from the body to the passenger front door is open. There is a screw in the middle of the connector, check this first.
Sometimes the harness at the front door will get a wire break in it. Try working the window switch on the passenger front door (ignition on of course) while slowly moving the door open and closed. If it starts to work, Jeep has repair kits still I believe where you can replace just the harness between the body a-pillar and door.
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I had the same problem. There’s a wire harness and plug that
go thru a flexible boot between the body and the front doors to control the switch
clusters on the doors.
Over time opening the doors will affect these components.
fuse # 8
sure the plug (referenced above) is secured.
back the boot carefully, and check the wires.
(In my Jeep, I found
the black wire broken and the light blue w/blue stripe wire cracked. I fixed
them on the drivers side, and the mirrors and the locks now work. My windows
are still not working, so I’m going to check the passenger side.)