Thank you sooooo much! Unfortunately, doesn't seem to be a fuse problem... not sure what it could be?
Ensure battery connections are good and tight.
It is know for the earth wire to break in wiring harness going into the doors.
Most likely drivers door.
Pull back the rubber cover and check for broken wires.
I have a 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the same problem. Checked the wiring, had a broken wire, fixed the wire. Battery connection was loose, fixed that. Checked fuses, nothing was blown. What do I do now? Really do not want to have to spend the money taking it to a dealer. Any help would be appreciated.
Hello I seem to be having the same issues! I had the driver's side window switch replace because my windows weren't working on all four doors. The power locks and mirrors still worked. I could not get the passenger window up and the window lock was off. The only thing I do hear when I'm driving is what seems to be a "clicking" sound coming from the drivers side either door or under the steering wheel perhaps? I'm not really sure. Firestone said they looked at the fuse and it was ok. but it's happening again. After I hear this clicking noise the windows then work again so it's not the switch. Does anyone have any ideas??
My wife complained to me of the power windows not working on her 2002 WJ, so I confirmed the power windows didn't work, and neither did the power mirrors. Hoping for the easy fix, I checked the fuse, but no dice, it was fine. I pulled back the boot between the body and driver-side door as suggested above, and sure enough, found the thicker black wire was completely split. I stripped a little off each broken end, then crimped on an electrical connector, and we're back in business.
I posted about my passenger side Black wire breaking on June 7, 2014. Well....My windows stopped working and the locks stopped on the driver side. I pulled back the boot and sure enough the Black wire was broken. This one had a wrinkle; The thick orange wire with a stripe (forget color) was also broken! I fixed this...but a warning; this wire is hot even with key off (my strippers got nailed, luckily they were shielded); be careful (like I wasn't at first). Also, a small wire was broken too. I fixed them all and everything is back to normal. I recommend disconnecting battery if you work on any of these wires other than the black (which is apparently the ground). Kevin
I have similar problems but more confusing......
Driver side windows and power mirror are working, Passenger side are not
All fuses are intact. Wiring inside boot appears good although black was previously repaired.
I will 're-repair' black wire tomorrow but are there any other ideas as well?
Thanks in advance for any help any of you can give