Question about 1998 Jeep Wrangler
You posted car as 1998 and 2000. so you will get wrong answers.
18v is illegal, bad meter or bad reg. (or reg inputs wrong)
where the reg is located, we need hard facts.
engine size. 4l>
year car. (nebula's post....???????"??)
ill anwser for 2000, ok?
wrangler 2000,. aka TJ jeep, 4.0L ,one of 5 million engines.
the EVR is in the PCM read page 8c-2 here
so that covers your car, read the charging chapter, and the wiring pages.. and next time dont post to 1998,,, ok.?/
my guess, is the main fuse box is dropping man power to 0volts
so are the battery lugs clean and tight on ALL 4 ENDS?
that be first.
and is and easy problem , total loss of elect power is.
and a voltmeter finds this easy if you can make it fail at will.
super easy find.
called voltage drop testing 101./
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