Question about 2005 Jeep Wrangler
Its bad,the PDC
no country stated, no engine stated,? why?
the 2005 (answering for USA)
PDC hard short all fuses, all breakers all relay out
well power distribution2 below shows all that, every wire there.
ASD relay pulled? you never said relays, they can (weld closed inside contacts can)) and is unfused, this relay. fact
i read the 22 pages for you there,
its just fuses and relays, no magic until 2007 (TIPM electronics)
this car is easy fix,. due to 2005 year.
looking now , TJ unlimited it is.
see the manual yet, see how this all works 2003 to 2006 year.
chapter 8w shows wiring, and modules the rules.
8w, pdc 2, chapter see that here, its there, clear as day.'
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There could be a fusible link under the hood off the starter relay that is burnt out.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
It seems that your battery is not getting its charging amount from the rectifier which comes from the dynamo when the engine is in running condition. So just your rectifier and check the output of the dynamo to be sure thats OK............sodeep
Posted on May 21, 2009
If you had a short that large before you started working on the batt cables, it would have burned long before it did. Check your work over and see where it's grounding. You can make a temporary link by using a new piece of wire the same as the gauge at both ends of the link and sectioning in a short piece of smaller ga. wire. Hopefully you didn't damage the alternator or other electronics. The original problem sounds like possibly the fuel pump anti drain-back valve is bad (integral with pump) Testing pressure will verify that.
You can disconnect alternator, but the fuse method you mentioned sounds more reasonable.
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Try Turn your vehicle on, while its on unhook the alarm box from behind the dash. if you attempt to do this without the vehicle on it will not work. an other solution would be to ground the purple and yellow wire on the drivers side door
Posted on Sep 05, 2009
Ditto here on a 2005 jeep. We bought it new and found the battery dead on a few mornings the first year. Nothing left on. Did the new alternator thing about 2 yrs. ago and a few batteries along the way. This is what we noticed..... If you leave a CD in the CD player, that is the prime little devil that sucks out the juice. Now, we never turn off the car while a CD is in the dash. Now, maybe not necessary every time, but always overnight and now by habit, all the time, we make sure there is no CD inserted when the car is off. Hope this helps.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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