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Problem with the power windows

I'm having a problem with the power windows. How do you determine if its a short in the wiring or a need to replace the circut breaker? They are getting stuck either all the way down or all the way up. What do I do first? If it is the circut breaker how do I get it out? Does it just pull out?

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First off cars dont have circuit breakers, if the fuse is blown the circuit is stone dead until replaced.

I have been experiencing a problem with my R/f window using the passenger window switch, it always works from the master (driver) swith, i noticed that if i tap the master switch it will sometimes allow the passenger side to work, i have not yet made any repair attempts but i intend to start by replacing the master switch.

I have heard of similar issues in other Cherokees.

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First check the windows fuse, if this is blow (position 12, 50AMP), replace it...

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If not, check the motor wires (Windows Diagrams 8W 60-1) in your Jeep WJ Repair Manual (this is in spanish, but the diagrams are easy to read).

Hope helps.

Posted on May 04, 2010

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