Question about 1987 Jeep Wrangler
My truck was driving fine a while ago, but had a maintainable oil leak. I stopped driving it for a while, took the battery out of it to loan to a family member whose car battery died. They returned it weeks later so I could put it back in my truck, but failed to tell me they had stored it on a concrete porch for a good week. Obviously, my truck wouldnt start with a jump, etc. I purchased a new battery and new terminal clamps and the truck still wont start. When I turn the key, nothing happens, no clicking, etc. I checked oil level, etc, just to make sure that wasn't part of the issue. It was running fine before I took the battery out. In all the books I've looked through, it seems as though it's an issue with the starter or the starter solonoid (?) Does this sound right, and if so, is it coincidental that other parts just happened to "**** out" when I uninstalled and reinstalled the battery? Or did I cause this damage by doing this?
Check the connections at the starter and battery agian before you start looking to replace the starter.
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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