My windows won't go up. Could it be the fuse? My owner's manual is at home (duh) and I was wondering if you could tell me if the fuses in the inside panel and under the hood match each other, i.e., 19 inside by the steering wheel match 19 under the hood?
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Most of this has to pass thru the master switch in the driver's door. The problem could be in that switch. There should be at least one or more fuses in one of the power boxes under the hood. Info should be in the back of the owner's manual. You can search online for the owner's manual too.
If all the windows stopped working then you probably popped a fuse. The fuse should be in the fuse box and you would look in the Owners manual for the location of the particular fuse for the function.
If your windows were frozen or even a light frost causing a drag on the motor, you could ruin a fuse. They are not expensive. Now if the windows were being operated in above freezing temperatures, then a window motor may have gone bad or a part called a "window regulator" has jammed and overloaded the fuse.
A glass Repair shop regularly makes these types of repairs. If the window motor is bad, you will repeatively pop fuses. To replace the "window regulator" or the window motor requires removing the inner door panel to get at the parts.
If the windows were operated in a frozen state, then replace the fuse and do not use the windows until they are cleared off. One a particular door is identified as containing the defective parts, then it only takes about an hour to replace the bad stuff. Many times a Glass shop will have a nice waiting area and dropping off the car is not necessary.
Recheck the fuses. There are usually 2 fuse blocks. One in the car and one under the hood. Refer to the owners manual for locations. If you don't have an owners manual, a trip to your local library in the automtive section, should have a Chilton's or Motor's repair manual with the locations.
There are broken wires in the wiring harness between the frame and your driver's side door. These wires control all the windows and door locks in a 95 Jeep. Same thing happened to me. You will have to cut the rubber boot to get it off and check which wires are broken and repair them.