I just get a click in my breaker box. I have 12.5v all the way to my starter I have changed the relay nothing seem to be working. I can jump my starter and it runs fine. Anyone have any answers? Thanks Steve...
Re: When I turn the key over on my 94 wrangler 4.0
Try leaving the key in the "run" position for about a half an hour then try turning it to the "crank" position and see if this helps...I had the same problem you're describing, its the computer, I've been told they had a LOT of computer problems with the '94 year...if so then any computer out of another YJ should work...(I used one from a '91)
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if you have battery power on the large terminal at the starter and the same on the smaller wire when someone Is turning the key to start and the starter has a good ground then the starter is bad drawing too much amperage causing the clicking sound.
Its in the little black box under the hood. Should be next to the battery. Mine is far from stock so I am not sure what one exactly but if you open it up, have someone turn the key it should be the one that makes a clicking noise. Clicking should last for about two seconds while the pump primes. If there is no clicking try swapping relays around, but remember what you moved where so you will know what one it was if one was bad.
there should be a small and a big wire to the starter the big one should have a constant 12volt and the other is the control circut. with a multi-meter conect your ground and put the pos leed on the control circut at the starter and have someone turn the key (WITH THE E BRAKE ON,NOT IN GEAR as to not get ran over if this involves being under you jeep) with the key on start (turned all the way) you should read a 12volt signal if not fallow back to your relay looking for a open-circut.
It could be the starter relay, it will the small black or gray box that is clicking in your 'breaker box' it is about 1" square. Or it could be the solenoid, it will either be separate from the starter or on the starter itself. You should be able to look up a list or parts, if no solenoid is listed then it will be on the starter and just replace the whole thing. Check the relay first they are cheap and you may have an identical one in the box that you can swap it with to test.