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Which fuse is for the electric windows on a 96 grand cherokee

My electric windows have stopped working and i wanted to change the fuse but can't find which one it is from the owners manual.

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If you have found the fuse box, pull cover off and look behind it. there should be a list on the inside of cover, fuses will be numbered, and also on cover, corresponding numbers and explanation of what each one is for. samething if there is another fuse box under hood .

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