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post #1 of 4 Old 07-30-2007, 11:32 AM Thread Starter
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2004 Grand Cherokee Pwr Window/lock Failure!

Hey anyhelp is appreciated:

The driver side controls stopped working for all windows/locks.
However lock on passenger side still locks all doors except drivers.
All Windows are powerless. checked all fuses under dash they are good.

Anyone have to fix the same!

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post #2 of 4 Old 07-30-2007, 11:52 AM
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Common fault the wires brake from the door to the car. Pull the boot back can’t miss it most of the time it’s just the earth black wire
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It would be pretty unlikely all the wires would fail at once...

I would replace the fuce for the power windows/locks even if it looks good and go from there.

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It would be pretty unlikely all the wires would fail at once...

I would replace the fuce for the power windows/locks even if it looks good and go from there.

Not all the wires fail. Only one has to fail for this problem to occur, and that is the ground wire. All the locks and windows operate through the master control on the drivers dood by being provided a ground. If the ground wire breaks, nothing works.

Check the wires from your door into the body, pull the rubber boot back and look for any broken wires.

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