Question about 1997 Jeep Wrangler
There's absolutely no noise whatsoever as i attempt to start the jeep. she has 163,000 miles and has been driven only on weekends occassionally for the past 2 years and received a tuneup 2 years ago as well. battery and starter checked okay as do the fuses. some corrossion on a couple of wires going into the main fuse box under the hood. also, cannot get the casing off the steering column to check ignition switch as the black switch is bigger than the opening of the casing around the column.
Get yourself a decent voltmeter and start checking everything from the battery down. Make sure your ground and positive cables are clean and well connected to both block and battery (clean inside where they touch, as well as clean on the outside. Your ignition switch should be on top of column, under the dash. I think your'e trying to remove key switch, which will not get you anywhere.Sitting for long periods promotes corrosion, I would look for loss of electrical contact before looking for failed components.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
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