Question about 2004 Jeep Liberty
2004 Jeep Liberty won't turn over...not battery or starter related...believe it is the ignition but don't know how to check it. Posted by Guest on 2/11/2012 Details The key has been stuck in the ignition for several years. I was told by dealership that problem was connected to gear shifter and could be repaired/replaced for about $300.00! Now the key comes out but it won't start!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I know you said that the battery is good...however, did you put a volt meter on it and verify that it has 12volts there? I always begin any electrical testing by both verifying voltage and load testing the battery (200amp load for 15seconds...voltage should return to 12 immediately after load is removed and should not drop lower than 9.5 during test)
I'm sure you removed and cleaned the terminals and posts...correct? Even though it's newer than what you worked on, safety switch if bad, generally will work in neutral as well as park. Most times you can change shift positions and start it. Do simple "flow test" check voltage in and out of ignition switch, safety switch, starter relay and at starter itself (12v at the main terminal, 12v at the trigger wire with key turned to start position.) Also check all main fuses in the power distribution center near the battery. Most times, you will not need to do all these tests before you find the problem.
Posted on Sep 07, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 Jeep Wrangler won't start
First, make sure you can turn the engine by hand. If you can't then the starter can't turn it either. Have someone else turn the key and look for the source of the click...may be a relay. Go over the starting circuit with a volt meter. Check for power at the starter main terminal and then with the key turned to "start" check for power at the trigger terminal on the starter. Check battery voltage and check relay operation.
You have a neutral safety switch on the transmission if its an automatic and a clutch switch if it's a stick. Check them as well. Make sure battery grounding on fender and block are also clean and secure.
Posted on Oct 02, 2009
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2004 Jeep Liberty 4WD 3.7L MFI SOHC 6cyl
Starteer - Removal & Installation
2.4L & 3.7L Engines
Fig. Starter mounting: 2.4L engine
Fig. The starter position for the 3.7L engine
Also can review the Service Repair Manual for Jeep KJ Liberty
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Posted on Oct 05, 2009
alarm systems on these vehicles will normally have a start then stall condition. then a lockout. if it doesnt start at all I would first suspect fuel problem. if when u turn your key on listen to fuel filler neck to see if u can hear pump run for 2-3 sec. if u can hear it run you may have a crank sensor or cam sensor failure. those 2 control spark and your engine will not fire unless both inputs are supplied.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
the ignition key switch is one whole peace it just plugs into the colum its not very exspensive i just replaced mine not long ago.just take the plastic cover off behind the steering wheel . the ignition only has a few screws !
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
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