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Battery is working but jeep Laredo won't start

Battery is working but jeep Laredo won't start

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SOURCE: my jeep grand cherokee laredo, 2000, wont start...

engine turns over so starter is ok. chrysler computer can cause this situation. Many computer module warranties were extended by chrysler because of problems. check with dealer. They can scan computer to verify. Make sure you try starting fluid first to see if fuel pump is out. have someone spray into air filter box while trying to start car. if pump is bad it will start.

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SOURCE: the power window on jeep

take off door panel and try to assist the window up if the track is not bent and the plastic wheels are not broke wedgeing the window and you can assist it up then the motor will edd replaced

Posted on Aug 04, 2011

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SOURCE: electronic key on 2008 jeep

electronic key on 2008 jeep cherokee says key damaged or key not programmed. car won't start. some things work but radio won't come on. etc..

Posted on Aug 24, 2011

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SOURCE: 1992 jeep Laredo keeps blowing 30 amp eng. cntrl

  • Hi, I can help.

  • You a direct short somewhere that is blowing the auto shutdown fuse as soon as a completed circuit is attempted.

  • Look at the connectors and wiring for your Oxygen sensors. Your shutdown relay is wired into them as well. Try removing the connector to one O2 sensor at a time and try to start the Jeep. The ones towards the back seem to rub through from the drive shaft. If the fuse does not blow then that wiring is your problem. This has been a big pain to people who own your Jeep.

  • Make sure to have plenty or the 30 Amp fuses for testing because it will continue to blow until you find the wire with negated insulation and re-insulate it so it does not short anymore. Make sure to never use a bigger fuse. Only the proper Amp fuse every time.

  • If you have any comments please feel free to leave them here and I will respond to you.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2011

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SOURCE: My 2002 jeep grand cherokee

I had the same problem with mine. I have the same year Jeep. The Remote door lock also wouldn't work (Not on drivers door anyway!). Here's what I had found out from a co-worker with same vehicle. The wires in the door that run to the control panel on door for windows has been broken. You probably have several broken wires inside the "Rubber boot" you see when opening the door. You will have to take off the interior door panel, be careful to remove any wires and rod connectors when doing so. Then open the rubber seal. Find where the wires come in to door. Remove boot. Locate broken wires inside the boot section. You will then need to sodder in a 1'-2' wire to extend the broken wire(s). You may also decide to extend the unbroken wires now, just so you might not have to go through all of this again, later. I hope this helps out. I had found out it is a very common Jeep Grand Cherokee problem.

Posted on Sep 10, 2011

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