Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
There is a good chance the motor needs to be replaced. But, i would first check the fuses/relays (locations can be found in the owners manual). Also there is a chance the control is broken (from water and wear). If you have the tools i.e. a multimeter, power probe, or another means of checking voltage, start with the fuses/relays... then check the switch to see if it i receiving/sending power. finally the motor itself. If everything check out OK, let me know...
Posted on Apr 28, 2010
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