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My power windows on passenger side of my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee won't work. What could be the problem?

Power windows and locks work on the drivers side, but on the passenger side the windows do not operate the front and back windows and locks.

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It is possible that they are frozen by cold weather. If you live in a cold climate you should check that first. If your Jeep is subjected to the harsh climate and not garaged that could be the problem. If that is not the case you should check all fuses.

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Turn off the child-lock on the driver's door controls.

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The other place to check for a broken wire is the driver's side door to a-pillar harness. The circuits for the other windows run through the driver's side switch. Could be a wire in the driver's side door harness.

The other item could be the driver's side switch, the contacts will get carbon built up on them, and the windows will not operate anymore.
This is what mine looked like when the driver's side window stopped working ( lower left hand corner of the picture is the driver's side window switch, note the carbon build up on the contacts )
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