Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Since you only have one window out this problem is not related to a fuse or relay.
This problem on the Cherokee is associated with the window regulator and/or the window motor and is a common issue with Jeeps of this age. The fault lies with a plastic cable retainer on the window regulator which disintegrates and causes the problem. There are multiple complaints about this issue to Chrysler.
Chrysler will charge $400 to carry out the repair but the parts can be obtained for around $100 on the web. You could try powerupauto.com for one.
The only other possibility is a broken wire somewhere in the harness or a faulty window switch which you should check with a multimeter to make sure this is not causing the problem before you proceed.
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Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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