Question about 1994 Jeep Wrangler
I am having a problem starting the car. When I turn the key all I am getting is a click in my breaker box. I have 12.5v all the way to the starter and I am able to arch the starter to start it. I dont think this model has a soleniod on it. Anyone have any answers I think that it has to be with the amps. anyone have any answers? Thanks steve...
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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)
Posted on Dec 30, 2008
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.
Posted on Dec 29, 2008
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