In my 96 Cherokee, there's a stupid breaker in position 26 that controls that. I'm having problems with windows and sunroof both - and can't figure it out. Wiring is just a mess - and they make it a mess at no extra charge.
Typical Detroit. Next time, I'll buy a Toyota or something.
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First you need to find out if there is power and ground at the switch if both won't work,if no power there then look for a blown fuse in PDC under hood. Check them all as it may be on a different circuit,also check wire harness from the door into A post going to under dash,over time with door opening and closing that harness has a tendency to break wires that may be the power to the switch or output to vent motors (inside the boot)
Power for the rear quarter windows passes through the 10A PWR QTR VENT fuse in the fuse block. 12V is applied to the rearquarter window switch which controls the open and close operation of the windows. If the fuse checks OK, the window actuators and motors are all that's left
This is very easy you first need to disconnect the battery. remove as much fuel as you can from the fuel tank. you will need help to lower the tank down to a little to remove the fuel hoses and wires. after you have the tank on the ground take a screw driver and small hammer to remove the fuel sending unit locking ring. remove the sending unit be carefull not to bend the float remove the pump and reverse the same process
Have another look at the fuse-box. You must have disturbed something, probably in that area.
When you press the switch to open the window, a feed goes to the motor, and also to a timer, which holds the feed to the motor long enough for the window to open fully.
The timer will probably be located somewhere near the fuse box, looks like a small box, similar to a relay, about 30mm x 30mm. Make sure its plugged in fully
sounds like the motors are getting power but the gear on the motor is damaged. Do you possibly have kids? If the windows are opened or closed without using the control switch it can cause damage. read your owners manual to confirm.
if your window is stuck open you can close it from the outside. put the key in the door lock and turn it to the right until they all close. My cabrio is doing the same thing and that's how I closed mine.