Question about 1988 Jeep Cherokee
If you're lucky, it's the fuse. But there is also a RELAY that can go bad. Location of the relay is marked on the door that covers the fuses and relays. Costs less than $7 to replace. ALSO and more problematic, the wire that leads to the driver's window switches can wear out and especially break where it goes from the body of the Jeep into the door. If fuse/relay replacement doesn't fix the problem, try to inspect the wiring between the door and body. Has anything pinched? Use a continuity tester to very the wiring is all good. Chances are, this is where the real problem lies.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
Most likely it's a fuse. If all windows stopped working at the same time, that's it. Check the fuse block located on drivers side under instrument panel. Fuses are labeled, something like pw, pwr win, you get the idea. The fuse has a small wire in it, hold it up to the light to see if the wire has a 'gap; break in it, or burn mark. If it does, it's no good. Replace with same size fuse (amp size is on the fuse). to remove, just pull fuse straight out.countrycurt0
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