Question about 1990 Jeep Wrangler
I just had the alternator and battery replaced on my 1990 2.5 liter, 4 cylinder Jeep Wrangler because it stalled out on me while driving down the highway about a month ago. Has been starting and running well ever since. About four days ago, tried to start and there was nothing. It didn't turn over or anything. Has been cold out lately but has started well all throughout the winter. Nothing was left on in the car, like outer lights or anything. Any help would be appreciated.
First, check battery voltage. It should be 12V Or, if really cold, high 11's (11.8, 11.9) but absolutely no lower. If you can't read voltage, charge it up. (with a battery charger, not another car) Check interior light to make sure you didn't leave it on and also the glove box (most often overlooked item... if not closed all the way, light stays on). Once charged, you can check other items in order to verify everything is OK. Good luck
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