One of my friends was trying to put a new head unit in and cut some wires now my right side windows wont roll up but my left side will
and when it gets dark my dash lights wont get brighter bc everytime i turn the switch to make them brighter all my lights in my car come on and they wont go off wat do i do
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all the same day? check all fuses first. as always for electrical.
is only the fuel gauge and only the windows failing , all windows failing and at all locations.. sounds to me this is cumulative failures not all at once, right?
check the fuses. then again
the best fuse test is with a volt meter , key on, 12vdc on both sides, not 0volts.
send best is to check them for 0 ohms (not infinity ) pulled.
fuses that look bad are bad.
fuses that look good can in fact have hair line cracks a human can not see.
tell more, get more. I have full doc;s on jeeps.
Before you "hack into the harness," try to change over everything so that all the wiring,switches and motors on the new doors are the original ones. A lot of the switches have circuit boards matched to the vehicle wiring and other switches. It is possible that your new doors have the wiring on the motors reversed, so that when you try to wind the window down, it wants to wind it up. Also before getting in to the wiring, if nothing else is working, make sure the motors for the window are actually working by disconnecting them and supplying the 12Volt positive and negative to them.
same thing happened to me. I was told this is common in jeeps and 90% of the time this is the solutuion. There is a rubber housing inbetween the drivers side door hinge and fuse panel with wires in it. Unhook your battery first then roll the rubber back and there will be broken wires in there. Strip the wires and reconnect them with connectors and you will be good to go. If tthe wires are broke on the drivers side panel no other windows in the jeep will work. these wires also control the mirrors.
The in-trunk units have a tendancy to go bad. you can take the cover plastic interior cover off to access the CD changer, un bolt the changer, and visualy inspect the two rollers for debris, or missing /broken gears that move the rollers to take the CD from the CD cartrage to the player. if that looks fine, chances are that the laser went bad (common in rear mount units) and you can order a new one from Jeep, or you can remove it and update the in-dash head to an aftermarket of your choice (& yes you steering wheel controls will still work). you could also fit a more modern MP3 unit where the Changer was.