Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I recently purchased remote starter for 2000 JGC limited and the battery keeps getting drained. Could it be the way that the remote starter was installed. It only started acting up when it got cold. The alternator and starter was checked and they were fine.
A Simple Battery DRAW test w/ test light to Determine there is a Draw on Battery. With EVERYTHING OFF will determine that Something is Drawing Battery Down. Test light "Clamp on Neg" At Bat And the POKER AT CABLE, if it lights up you have a Draw
To Determine were it is, Pull Fuses out 1 by 1 Watching Light puting Fuse back in When you Pull a Fuse that turns the Test light off you found the Circuit that is Draining the Battery if it is A Circuit that Remote Starter is Connect to refer to Installer to Correct the Problem
NOTE TEST Light Connected this way and Electrical System in Tact Light WILL NOT BE LIT at ALL
Dont forget to keep doors closed during this Procedure
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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