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04 jeep grn cherokee windows dont work power lock and mirror still none of the 4 work individual or offthe main door help

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The ground wire in the door harness has been severed, get in the harness and patch about 1 inch of wire where it has been severed.

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If your power windows dont work, and your door locks as well, there is a good chance something in that circuit is blown. If this was due to isolated incident, e,g. a wire or connector was shorted to ground due to event during a repair, or normal wear and tear such as wire chafing or the like; but, the event was noted and repair made. You only need to follow by checking fuses and in the case of electric windows, often a circuit breaker is involved (circuit breakers are located right in the fuse panel along with fuses) As their' name suggest, circuit breakers will load up, and if too much resistance is present, they will kill the circuit (open the circuit) once cooled off, they will close back, effectively closing circuit for reuse. Other items to check: fuses, Maxi fuses, (usually found under hood in main panel) maxi fuses look just like your regular fuses, but 3-4 times larger. They provide circuit protection for entire circuits carrying 40-80 amps. Circuit breakers, while made to re-close automatically, can burn out, necessitating replacement. A test light and multimeter will prove very handy in finding more evasive problems.

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The ground wire in the door harness has been severed, get in the harness and patch about 1 inch of wire where it has been severed.

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