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post #1 of 8 Old 07-05-2012, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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Passenger side power window quit working

Add one more JK failure to my growing list; The pass side power window has quit. It was working when the door was shut but now it doesn't work at all. I can hear the relay clicking when I push the button either up or down but nothing from the motor. I want to check the wiring at the connector to make sure I have power there but i do not know which pin does what.

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post #2 of 8 Old 07-05-2012, 09:08 AM
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Go to Mopar Connector site enter your vehicle year & platform then search for door under the connector name


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Go to Mopar Connector site enter your vehicle year & platform then search for door under the connector name
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That site is only listing 2 wires at the connector? Mine has several. They list more for the connector inside the door WTF!
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I had to spray some contact cleaner in the connection to fix it when I had the same problem

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Mine is the driver door, it was working when the door was shut, but now I have to squeeze the wires or wiggle them.

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I'll try some contact cleaner and see if that works.
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Fixed it! There was a wire cut in two inside the webbing that the door harness runs through and is the door stop. What a crappy idea Jeep had with this! Its gonna be a re-occurring issue. The wire(blue w/white strip) was cut clean in two well inside of the protective webbing. It looks as if it just stretched to far and snapped.
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