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Where are the window relays located on a 1999 jeep gran cherokee limited. the drivers window and the driver's side rear passanger window do not work

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  • Richard Scordino May 27, 2010

    Pretty sure windows are "hard wired" with no relay involved. Pretty sure that the circuit runs through the body control module though Chilton has good wiring diagrams.


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Check in the power Distrubotion Center (underhood) position 12, 50AMP...

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Hope helps (remember rated this post).

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