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It won't turn on at all
The fuse more than likely look inside of ur fuse box and locate the fuse and check it
Posted on Apr 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 93 jeep grand Cherokee with
Are your try cleaning the NSS (Neutral Safety Switch). Your fluid levesl are OK? Keep in mind that when the transmission overheats, the TCM shutsdown the OVERDRIVE to reduce the heat in the transmission. First thing I would do... is check the tranny fluid level. Then, maybe have the fluid and filter changed along with a flushing.
Is it never going into overdrive, or is it slipping out of overdrive? If it never goes, then it might be as suggested above. Whereas if it slips out of overdrive... could be another transmission solenoid (rare) or some adjust request. Sounds like the TCM or the Temperature Sensor is failed (included Thermostat).
Additionally, I quote other interesting commets:
After trying everything I could think of, I noticed that when the automatic locks failed to engage (at around 15mph) that's when the transmission would not shift into OD. So, now when the locks don't lock and the transmission doesn't shift to OD, I put the transmission in neutral and turn off the ignition and let it coast to a slow speed (see above caution). When I start the engine again and put the transmission back into drive, the locks engage and so does the OD. Works for me. I'm currently doing research on what causes the locks to engage automatically. I'm thinking it will be a vacum or a switch.
Hope this helps. Keep us updated.
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
SOURCE: There is no spark coming
You will need to test the magnetic pickup that is in the distributor, if you have a voltmeter or a 12volt test light first make sure you have a 12vlt at the B+ of the coil then move the test light to coil negative with someone cranking it it sould pulse(blink on and off) if it doesnt you will have to replace the whole distributor if it does blink you will need to replace cap rotor plug wires
Posted on Jun 19, 2011
If it was running yesterday and only cranks this morning you need to determine which you are missing - spark or fuel. The spark is easy - pull a plug and let it spark to the frame. while cranking. If you have spark then you have to start checking the fuel system.
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
Use a test light, or a ohmmeter and check the wires at the wire plug under the dash that go to the multi-function switch thru the steering column cover, you should have continuity between #18 and #19 low beam terminals, if not the switch is bad and will need replaced. it shows how to check this in Haynes 1993 to 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee repair manual #50025 page 12-6. To replace the switch in the column cover, remove the negative battery cable, wait 2 minutes to disarm the air bag system, leave cable disconnected, before removing the column cover.
Posted on Sep 07, 2011
When did you change the transmission liquid last time?
If it is an automatic transmission then the shifting modulator/Solenoid must have gone bad.
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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