Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There is a rubber piece inbetween your drivers side door hinge and the fuse panel with wires inside.. pull the rubber back and there will be broken wires. unhook your battery first then strip the wires and connect them with connectors. this is the wiring for your windows. This is a common problem on jeeps it happened to me. I had the same problem. the reason why the lights stay on is because since the wires are broken your car thinks the door is open. the reason why the windows dont work is because the power wire is probly broke to your driver door, If the driver panel doesnt work then none of the other windows will either.90% of the time this is the problem and is easy to do
Posted on Aug 25, 2010
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