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Jeep won't start. No fire coming from coil. Does jeep have a fuse that might be causing this?

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  • steffiemax3 May 14, 2009

    Its not turning over. Tried to start it in 1st and reverse and it won't turn. Someone once was able to stick a screwdriver to the starter and short it somehow and when I turned the key it started. I'm now stuck in a Thursday spot and need to move it. Help!!

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I would check the cable running from the starter cylanoid and make sure there is a good conection in it.

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