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In my 1996 jeep country when i turn the ignition switch forward first phase all gages come on, as i continue to turn the switch to motor start position then there is no sound or nothing

All gages and electricity works when i first turn the ignition switch forward to auxillary phase one. When turning forward to start jeep the car doesn't get any thing after that

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  • cindyray9696
    cindyray9696 Nov 08, 2012

    Thanks we are trying the nss switch now and then going from there

  • Ryan Bouche
    Ryan Bouche Dec 02, 2012

    i have the same problem. i was told it's the nss too. Let me know if you find it. All you need to do is clean the connectors on the nss with some dielectical grease and problem solved or so i'm told. very common problem with jeeps

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Posted on Nov 02, 2012

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SOURCE: where is neutral safety switch 95 jeep cherokee

Your switch is on the passenger side of the transmission opposite where the shift linkage goes in on the drivers side.It takes a bit of careful prying and wiggling and some solvent to get most to come off. after removing the hardware that holds it on. The switch goes for about $200 but can be taken apart and cleaned...unless the contacts are really burned it will generally work after that. make sure that you keep it flat when taking it apart because stuff inside can fall out easily. Put dielectric grease in there before closing it up.Can't help with schematic...the ones I have I wouldn't wish on anyone. (terrible)

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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SOURCE: 1994 Jeep Cherokee will not start or even crank

I had the same problem with my 94 jeep and i ended up finding out what was causing the problem was the starter relay in the fuse box under hood, i believe its the second or third relay. Try turning the key to the start position and leave it there and poop open ur hood and manuelly start the relay

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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SOURCE: 200 Jeep GC Ignition Stuck in Lock Position

When you parked the vehicle, are your front wheels pointing straight ahead or in a turn position. What has happened to me in the past, is the pressure the tires put on the steering wheel lock when in a turn position is greater than the pressure you can apply with one hand on the key.
What you may want to try is turn the wheel in the same direction, therefore relieving the pressure, and you should be able to turn the key. Hope that works for you. jpp

Posted on Jan 06, 2009

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SOURCE: 1996 Jeep Cherokee Turn Signals Not Working

Replace you turn signal flasher relay, it should be right by your fuse box or near the brake pedal.(it looks like a solenoid, a cylindrical shape, with 3 prongs on the end) it is attached to a wiring harness that you just have to unplug it from. i couldnt find mine at any auto parts store, had to go to jeep, costs 44 bucks. that should do it

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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SOURCE: ignition on jeep yj will not start engine. all

Before blaming the starter make sure the battery is fully charged. It should be around 13V.
Starter circuits for the most part operates in the following way. Turning the ignition key supplies power to a relay situated in the engine compartment which in turn activates the solenoid on the starter which powers the starter itself.
Make sure your vehicle is in Neutral(Manual gearbox) or Park(Auto box) Locate the starter motor. On the starter there is another cylinder like object called the solenoid. There is a thick red wire running from the battery connected to this. There is also a much thinner wire which activates the solenoid. To test the starter run a wire from the + on the battery to where the thin wire connects on the solenoid. (ignition must be off) This should activate the starter and turn the engine. If nothing happens the starter is probably at fault. Before removing the starter make sure that the engine is properly earthed as this could also give problems.
If the starter does kick in the problem is further "upstream" Most probable cause would be the relay. If you can locate it, replace since it is relatively cheap.
Starter repair is best left to the experts. Get a quote for a new starter before you have the old one repaired. You'd be surprised at how many times it turns out that replacement costs the same as repair.
Let us know if you've solved the problem.

Posted on Dec 10, 2009

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