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1992 jeep yj will not turn over

Lot's power in battery, all ingnition light come on, starter does not engage. Boost did not work.

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  • jmcgoldrick Apr 12, 2009

    I dont thinks so, just get the buzz, from the seat belt

  • George DeMore
    George DeMore May 11, 2010

    Does the starter solenoid click when you try to start?

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Try jumping the solenoid,pull the actuator wire off the solenoid(the small one)This will engage the starter so make sure your in nuetral or park,run a wire from the solenoid actuator to the positive battery post,if the starter engages your ignition switch or starter relay have become faulty,if the starter does'nt engage the solenoid has gone bad.Post back if you need more help.

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