Figured it out. Wasn't a fuse, it was the master control module on the driver's side door. Popped it out, saw the connections had come out, probably from the previous owner slamming the sh*t out of the door. Easy fix, now it's good to go.
05-26-2010 11:54 AM
Other than paying some else to look at it =)
05-26-2010 12:35 PM
Ya def sounds like a fuse, i just dont know which one controls those
05-26-2010 12:58 PM
Yea that's what I really thought it was, the fuse. Anyone have a link to a fuse diagram? Still, I checked them all with my fuse detector and they all got the green light so it might be another issue. I really don't want to pay someone else to fix some small electrical problem that I can probably fix myself.
05-26-2010 10:33 PM
Isnt your 08 still covered under warranty?The fuse for driver window switch is cavity m26,the outside mirrors are on the same circuit.do your mirrors work?It also could be a module problem.
05-27-2010 07:50 AM
Wow that's terrible and yes unacceptable. I wouldn't be happy. I only have about 5k miles on my 2010 Liberty and so far so good. I've had just a few 'issues' but they've been addressed.
05-27-2010 04:10 PM
Do they work from the driver's door? If so you may have pushed the button that inactivates the individual doors.
06-12-2010 05:24 PM
Just pull all the fuses one at a time and look at each one.