Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
At dusk I started up the vehicle and went about 2 blocks then the check gauges light came on... noticed my battery was in the "red" zone. I thought as I drove, it would charge... but slowly kept sinking lower... turned off the radio and heat... kept going down... finally turned off headlights (still bright enough to see, but getting dark) and it stabilized. By the time I got home (20 minutes approx) the battery gauge was on 9 (lowest level)... pulled into garage. I turned the car off, guess I shouldn't have done that... and then it wouldn't start back up. Any ideas? Suggestions?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Need more info, is the vehicle battery
draining down overnight and wont start in the morning?
Do you have a alternator gauge or light? Is the gauge at a negative or light on? Why do you think it not charging? If you say the battery is good..Give me as much information as possible, year, make, model, motor size...and I will do my best to get the problem solved for you. Thanks.
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