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Engine will not crank at all...still getting electric power

I'm still getting electrical power to all functions lights,fans & radio etc., but the engine will not turn over at all....when i turn the ignition key the vehicle gives a little bump and then nothing else...i was riding along and the car just stopped as i was about to make a left turn...the check engine light had not been on and there seemed to be nothing wrong up to that point...once again this is a 2004 jeep liberty....which had been running fine up to this happening today

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OK... my baby comes home today after 3 days of trying to figure this out... it is a broken piece in the steering column that disengages the iginition. It is not the starter, not the alernator... Wheel must come off and part replaced... about $200.00
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Have you checked the battery? try jumping it. most autoparts stores will test them for free

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