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Was running stopped for food and now it wont start. Have power everywhere but not to starter it seems
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi i had same problem a few days ago brought to the dealership and turns out there is a clutch stop sensor that if it is not making contact will not allow you to start using the key part cost about $25 with labor it was $113 to be fixed at dealership seems it only last about 30-35k miles before breaking if yours is manual that could be your problem hope this helps
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
the unit where u put the key is broken on the back side of the unit is a swith that is y u can turn key in positions ....if there is a time damage often similar problems comming...
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
I assume you've gone though the jumper cables routine?
You need to describe what it does do.
What happens when you turn the key? Clicks? Nothing? Dash lights come on?
What happens when you jump it?
Do the head lights come on? Bright? Low?
How do the terminals on the battery look? Clean? corroded?
Any recent events? Maintenance?
Comment back with the details.
Posted on Oct 18, 2009
SOURCE: My Samurai wont start .
I had a similar issue with my '86....driving home, made a left turn, and engine shut down. Coasted to a stop, and had a look under the hood. Cranked over fine, had gas, spark, but no go! After a tow home, and more in-depth investigating, turned out that the timing belt had broken! The older engine has no interference between valves and pistons, so installing a new belt got 'er going again for about $40. You can look down though the oil fill port or loosen the upper screws on the belt cover to confirm that the valves are/are not moving when the engine cranks.
Posted on Jan 12, 2011
SOURCE: 93 grand cherokee wont start
Hi, I will try and be of some help to you.
The starter has a big terminal on it , which should be live at all times ( +cable from the battery ).
Then there is a small wire on the small terminal which is what activate`s the starter.
To check this circuit ( please be careful when doing this test )
With the ignition `OFF` use a screw driver to make a contact from the big terminal to the small terminal momentarily.
If the engine turns over, then the problem is the circuit between the starter and the ignition switch
Ihope i have been of some help to you
Happy easter john (south wales uk )
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
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