Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
Shut down would not turn over. towed to shop..They said they can't figure it out. The alternator seems to be charging to high ??? They say they don't know, they are who i bought the Jeep from just 2 weeks ago. The mechanic shop said they will tow it to a electrical shop and give them my number to call.
Does it crank but not start. do you know if the fuel pump is going on when you turn the keys. there would be a buzzing in the gas tank when you turn the key. do you know if you are getting spark. ehat kind of shop is it.if you are getting no spark then you need a crank position srnsor it is located on the top of the ****** on the drivers side
Posted on Nov 02, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It could mean the alternator has gone bad already... with the car off, the battery leads should read 11-12V.. with the car on, the battery should read 13-14V.. if it's lower then it's not charging your battery and if it's higher, it's damaging your battery....
Posted on Aug 12, 2009
Testimonial: "thanks so much for your advice...will have this checked into :)"
i would check the condition of the battery, and battery cables, and also to the starter, doesn't sound like fuses, also check ground wires.
Posted on Feb 14, 2011
SOURCE: Had 94 jeep grand cherokee
Doesn't sound like even a questionable mechanic
would do what you said
No one would ever remove a gas tank and not
replace the fuel pump. That is just stupid, for the
amount of work involved.
Look on NAPA for the cost of the pump
After that experience, I would pay for the
tow ,not to deal with them again
$900 at the start was high,now it is
close to dishonest
Posted on Feb 24, 2011
Hi there cristina bam! If the core was bad it may have been leaking. Many newer cars on the road these days have a sensor specifically made to monitor the coolant level. If the collant has leaked out there is a very probale chance that the sensor is preventing your Jeep from starting to prevent damage. Add enough fluid to the coolant system to fill the motor block and radiator. If it starts it was the fluid level, if not, there is a greater underlying issue at hand. I really hope that this helps you out and if i was of some assistance please rate my solution. Have a great day!
Posted on Mar 30, 2011
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