Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Did a complete removal of the dash assembly and then replaced it. Now I don't have any power coming in nor am I able to start the jeep. I did get carried away and forgot to disconnect the battery while doing the whole process. Could have ran the battery completely dead. Tried to jump start it, but could get it to take? help
Check all the connectors on the drivers side of the jeep those are the important ones look up under the knee bolster thats where you might find you forgot to reconnect one
Posted on Feb 04, 2009
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