Ok... check it out, I drove home last night , parked ..all good. When I awoke for work in the morning my jeep would not start, I tried to jump it, no luck. So I went to the local wal-mart where I was sold the wrong battery and returned and installed it, With my Jeep still not starting I got a little worried, decided it could possibly be the starter. After an hour and half and verification from my brother that the part I removed was indeed the starter I went and picked up a new one, Once installed It still would not turn....I am fucked as I clean the terminals and check the fuses....$200.00 and still no luck, Help Me Please!?
Does the motor attempt to turn, but doesnt start? Do you hear a clicking noise like a dead battery when you turn the key, nothing when you turn the key? Does your radio or lights work? It could be a fuel pump issue. There is a port on top of the fuel rail; you can take off the cover at depress the valve and fuel should spray out. Do this when the motor is off! Of course, make sure you didn't run out of gas ;) The fuel port looks like this:
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Check to see if the fuel pump is running after it shuts down...could be a relay or the pump itself (overheating internally) Checked the fuel filter yet? Some crank sensors need to be shimmed. If it's too close to the flywheel even though you recently changed it, if it's too close to the wheel it can fail again. May not be the case but worth checking over. Also check the ceramic resistor on the left fender near the master cylinder if you have one. That too can cause problems.
1) Does the headlights work.
2) Is gearshift in PARK or NEUTRAL. Wiggle gearshift slightly while starting.
3) Check the fuses. ( these are typically located inside the car)
4) Check the fusible links. (these are typically located under the hood)
5) Check ignition switch. (does it turn on radio ? will alarm sound if driver door open ? etc)
If fuel filter hasn't been done lately I would start there & if you can, have fuel pressure tested while your at it. You may have tired fuel pump but pressure test will confirm. If you recently filled up somewhere different last time you got gas, I'd also try some "Heet" or similar just incase you got a tank full with some water in it.