Question about 2005 Jeep Liberty
Wont jump start no clicking, battery good starter good just wont start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
pull the panel underneath the steering wheel , it folds down, locate the security system module, locate a white plug on this mudule with a yellow, red and black wire, follow the yellow wire, it should go up to a pink wire that comes down from the ignition, disconnect this yellow wire at the point where it connects to that pink wire and yuor jeep should start, if it doesnt let me know, you then need to ckeck the starter relay, hope this helps, it helped me with my 05 jeep liberty,
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
Too many items that can cause that for anyone to give you an absolute "fix" but : You need to do some testing to narrow it down to if you have a fuel or ignition problem (spark). If it starts when you crank it and spray carb cleaner into throttle body, then it's on the fuel side.
One common item to both and a common failure item as well is the crank position sensor. Check that as well. There are tests that you can do using a digital volt-ohmeter. Tests and expected results are listed in haynes or chiltons as well as other inexpensive manuals. Don't change anything unless you verify it as bad and if you have a security system make sure it is not locking you out from starting.
Once tested, you can ask back here for specific problems if any.
Posted on Dec 18, 2009
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Make sure that your terminal ends are clean where they contact the battery and make sure that the ground wire connection on the block is good. If the clicking noise is coming from the starter and the battery is fully charged and has been load tested, chances are that the starter solenoid has worn out (replace with starter). If you can turn the engine by hand it is not "locked up" If you can't, changing the starter is a waste of time as you have a far larger problem.
Do what I said and you should find a solution to the problem.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
have same problem, ratan9 solution is pretty junk and I dont know why waste time posting it. After talking to local shop, to "test" the neutral safety switch, try to start in neutral, try to move shifter "farther" into park and turn key, listen to any clicks possible. If moving to neutral starts it you've got a bad switch. All the searching i've done it's either the safety switch, the ignition switch or a short in the harness somewhere
Posted on Apr 14, 2010
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