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Will not start

!996 JGC died while running yesterday all wiring has been checked for ground an continuity. Terminals are good fuseable links good. When you now try to start the jeep it has power everywhere but when you engage the key it clicks at the pdc somewhere in the relays? all the fusses are great it never loses power just clicks no sylinoid noise no nothing just clicks @ relays but I dont understand if it is starter or starter relay why the vehicle died while running and now will not start?

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    we put new starter in it didn't help we pulled the starter relay out put new one back in and it started turned it off and tried to restart and nothing

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Check main ignition relay.without this some things will not power up.

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