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Old 05-24-2010, 10:26 AM
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power window problems

ok so my windows dont work ... i checked all of the fuses and they are all good ... the 5 amp on the fuse panel inside the truck and the 30 amp cb on the fuse panel under the hood ... they were working then they stopped so i pulled out the 5amp fuse and put it back in with the door open and it worked but stopped working the second i closed the door and when i repeated the same thing with the door closed it didnt work at all but with the door open it worked a few times then finally stopped working yesterday now i cant move my windows at all ... and the rear glass works (the ones that go outward not down) ... ne help/ suggestions would be greatly appreciated
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Old 05-24-2010, 11:47 AM
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bump. ttt.
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Have you checked the wiring running in/out of the door through the jamb? Do you get door open indication?

I'm just throwing it out because my daughter's Jeep Grand Cherokee did something similar. No window control from the driver's door, the dome light stayed on. Turned out to be a broken wire in the loom running to/from the door.

Like I said, just a suggestion.
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sounds like it's a wiring problem in your door where the wires bend back and forth from opening and closing the door I assume this is the drivers door your opening and shutting?
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yeah im probably going to end up ripping the door panel off and seeing whats going on but the thing that puzzles me most is that none of the other door controls work like the passenger control cant roll down the pas window or anything
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Old 05-24-2010, 11:57 AM
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yeah im probably going to end up ripping the door panel off and seeing whats going on but the thing that puzzles me most is that none of the other door controls work like the passenger control cant roll down the pas window or anything
That's because it all runs through the drivers door
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sounds like it's a wiring problem in your door where the wires bend back and forth from opening and closing the door I assume this is the drivers door your opening and shutting?
yeah its the drivers door ... and i was planning on looking in that loom before i took the whole door off ... im pretty lazy haha
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That's because it all runs through the drivers door
really?? **** im dumb ... well then im pulling the drivers door off now haha ... deff didnt know that ... thanks for that insight .... i feel real dumb now
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Yep. IIRC if you unplug the drivers door window switch none of the other windows will work
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aha ... that would explain this problem haha ... now i just have to figure out how to get the door panel off ... its been a while since i last did it
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