Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Yes, it could be, check your fuses first and replace whatever looks blown. If they all went at once, that is probably your problem.
Sorry about your situation, I'm female too, that doesn't make you hopeless in dealing with vehicles.
If its just a couple of windows, it could be the switches which means you'll have to take apart the console where the switches are to test the leads and then replace accordingly. Call around to local junkyards. Once you learn how the parts come apart by working on your own car, you can take the parts out of a car in a junkyard - - those that will let you remove the parts yourself are usually cheaper.
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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