Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
Replaced alternator,battery and cable ends
Took it to a shop they changed a fuse,charged me $100
You need to check the battery drain. Disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and using a multimeter between the negative terminal of the battery and the now disconnected negative lead check the amperage which is being drawn from the battery. Your reading should settle anything between 0.03 and 0.20A but hopefully nearer the lower end. If it is above this then you will have to systematicly disconnect each electricrical item until you have a good reading. Once you have get a good reading on the multimeter you should be able have a good idea of what was causing the drain. Good luck
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
You have a elitrical problem some thing in the jeep is pulling power at all times this is a very tricky problem to trace check all wiring fir tares or brakes
Posted on Dec 09, 2008
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