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When I turn the key over on my 94 wrangler 4.0

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...

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    Angelo Attard May 11, 2010

    have you jumped the relay the side which gets power when you turn the key



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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 can jump starter, the starter solenoid has failed. Either change solenoid or starter&solenoid as unit & you should be back to normal!

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