Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Check for power and ground at the motor (with switch up and down, powers and ground will reverse). If you have power and ground, at the motor, you probably have a faulty motor. If you don't, then there is probably a break in a wire, usually where the harness passes through in the door jamb. Actually first after removing the interior door trim, try to roll down the window while tapping on the motor with a small hammer. If it works, replace the motor.
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