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No electrical power inside no lights and now power when key is turned on no fuses are blown but light under hood works

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  • jdarnell76 Jan 01, 2009

    I am having the same issue with my 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee special edition in addition when I turn the ignition and get no power and turn the key back to the off position the gauges jump particularly the voltage meter which jumps for about 5 sec

  • g77maanao Jan 06, 2009

    My 1999 Jeep Cherokee Limited was fine all day until I went to check my account balance at WG, unlocked the Jeep with my keyless remote, turned the key to crank up the Jeep and for some reason the power went on for half a second and then my Jeep went dead, there was no crank just complete silence and no power since. I need to get to work....how can I fix this? Fuses are fine battery is new and terminal.

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Lights are a low draw item... even a mostly dead battery will light a small bulb. Remove and clean battery terminals, sand, wire brush or lightly scrape surfaces to remove oxidation. Likely your problem is there.

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