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Windows will not go up or down and a/c unit will not kick in

Replace window motor last year.

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Same window? Those Jeeps are fully of unreliable relays. Start checking (swapping) those that work, with those circuits that seem not to. A very common problem--lots of owners carry a couple of spare relays in the glove box.

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