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My 1999 jeep cherokee turns over but wont start the odometer reads no bus whats my problem??

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    1999 jeep grand Cherokee shorted battery with jumper cables now wont start but turns over strong

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A bad crank or cam sensor can cause this as well as a bad computer...find a reputable dealer or garage to check it out for you

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Sounds like a BUS problem. The BUS is a communication system that the vehicles computers use to communicate with one another. Without this, you may or may not run. The BUS is a pair of wires that are twisted (to prevent RF interference) and shielded, and run from one computer to the next. Without a good set of wiring diagrams, and a DRBIII, it is almost impossible to repair a problem such as this, unless you happen upon a damaged wire, or a blown fuse by accident.

Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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