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Old 02-02-2013, 06:47 PM   #1
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I have a 1988 Cherokee Laredo, my power windows aren't working, I was driving and they were working one second then stopped the next. None of the doors work, I wanna check the fuse but can't figure out which is it.
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Which fuse goes to the windows?
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Which fuse goes to the windows?
It's a circuit breaker rather than a fuse. No descriptions on your fuse box? Plugs in like a fuse but it's a little silver deal.

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It's a circuit breaker rather than a fuse. No descriptions on your fuse box? Plugs in like a fuse but it's a little silver deal.
Oh ok I found, what's the difference? Can I reset it like a normal circuit breaker or put a fuse in its place?
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Not resettable. YOu can TEST it. What issue are you having?
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How's this?
This is crazy! That looks exactly like my fuse box! Flashing blinker thing and all.
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This is crazy! That looks exactly like my fuse box! Flashing blinker thing and all.
Imagine that!!!
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All the windows were working fine then they stopped, I was in the middle of a road trip in like 20 degree weather with my window stuck down and my heater not working, yea it sucked, I pulled over and messed with the fuses and they worked long enough to roll them up but then stopped again. That was in November now that it's not -10 anymore 30-40 degrees feels warm and I want to be able to roll down the windows so I'm tryin to get it workin again
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Hey OP, check this out...

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That's not the right one but I already found it, thanks though
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That's not the right one but I already found it, thanks though

It should be. Keep in mind the fusebox is actually rotated counter-clockwise 90* when mounted under the dash.
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Cruiser, I couldn't help but notice you don't have anything in the power windows spot, do you not have power windows or am I reading the diagram wrong?
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Cruiser, I couldn't help but notice you don't have anything in the power windows spot, do you not have power windows or am I reading the diagram wrong?
I'm guessing (and this is purely a guess) that the Jeep in which that fuse box resides is not equipped with power anything. Again, just a guess.

You are reading the diagram correctly, though.
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I'm guessing (and this is purely a guess) that the Jeep in which that fuse box resides is not equipped with power anything. Again, just a guess.

You are reading the diagram correctly, though.
Good guess.
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