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06 jeep liberty, no crank, keys turns to the start position. can jump the starter and it runs.

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SOURCE: unable to remove key from ignition

shift interlock cable may be out adjustment or broken..you have to fcenter floor console around shifter..disconnect cable and move manually and see if key will come out..check cable attachment at shifter..there is an adjustment on this cable..pull up on lock on cable at shifter

Posted on May 10, 2009

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SOURCE: 06 jeep commander wont crank. No interior lights,

Check your battery cables. Remove them and clean the contacts, if the ends are replacements take them apart and clean. Use a wire brush or sand paper. Make sure you remove the negative first and reinstall it last. Also check the battery and fuse links. Your problem is in there some where the battery, cable ends, cables, or a fuse link. If still no start let me know the results and we can go from there if need be.

Posted on Sep 20, 2009

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SOURCE: tried to start jeep liberty 2005 went and opened

pull the panel underneath the steering wheel , it folds down, locate the security system module, locate a white plug on this mudule with a yellow, red and black wire, follow the yellow wire, it should go up to a pink wire that comes down from the ignition, disconnect this yellow wire at the point where it connects to that pink wire and yuor jeep should start, if it doesnt let me know, you then need to ckeck the starter relay, hope this helps, it helped me with my 05 jeep liberty,

Posted on Oct 04, 2009

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SOURCE: 2003 Jeep Liberty Stalls

thats correct, may have bad ecm (computer) or bad wire to crank sensor from ecm, also ive run into this problem and it was the new sensor i put in was no good and aftermarket,also cam sensor can do this, and also make sure the 5 volt feed wire is good,good luck hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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SOURCE: 2007 jeep wrangler tip start feature problem

yes, sounds like the starter solinoid whent out, if it shorts out it can stay running, it must be replaced ,there is no quick fix, if its a manual trans you can push start it. i dont know of any internet tips.

Posted on Oct 15, 2009

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2006 jeep liberty engine won't turn over, battery seems to be good


Do you know how to do basic automotive electrical testing ? Do you know how starting circuit works ? Battery seaming to be , and being ok are two different thing's . Test it with a volt meter , vehicle not running 12.6 volts . How to voltage drop test starter motor circuit Starter Voltage Drop

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2006 jeep liberty turn switch on and have power.starter and battery gd but wont turn over wont even click


the tests are all easy,
check fuses first, on all electric fails, starter ,charge and EFI are all electric systems.

super easy.
  1. jumper cable cranked with donor running car work?
  2. yes, battery is dead, or only discharged, charge it work?
  3. yes jumps but charge fails, bingo battery toast.
  4. so the jumper fails. in #1 , all that is a bad starting system. (not a part, the system)
  5. clean battery lugs. check fuses, and then hot wire the starter solenoid lug (dinky lug ,not huge one) (in park and wheels chocked keys off)
  6. ok that fails the starter is bad.
  7. ok that works. so the KEY line is dead. try starting in neutral yet?> bingo works, bad PRNDL switch on tranny side.
  8. the KEY line can be interrupted with some alarms, on a jeep it has Immobilizer that cuts fuel not cranking. so.... PRNDL switch bad or the key switch is self .
  9. Using any voltmeter to do the checks is a WIN. 12.6vdc is a charged battery is yours 12.6v rested/???????????

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Won't start. won't even crank when key turned.


no cranks, (A/T or M/T?)(
battery lugs cleaned?
Key turned on , CEL glows in dash, Check engine light>? yes, good.
does car crank jumper cable started.??????
if yes, your battery is bad or discharged, (good batteries can just be discharged, discharged dont make them bad, only dead or weak)
if ,jumper fails, to crank it fast.
then hot wire the solenoid (on side of starter caseing)
key in pocket, '
jump the big lug to the very tiny lug on the solenoid
cranks , not? bad starter
yes cranks but dont run, good, key is in pocket for safety, this is normal
but the KEY line is dead.
bad PRNDL switch
see the tricks section here

http://www.fixkick.com/nocrank.html#tricks

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2005 Jeep Liberty, does not re- start, does not crank, no solenoid click.


From your description it seems as if the relay is bad or else the battery is shorting out inside and needs to be replaced. I would change the relay to start.

May 12, 2017 | 2005 Jeep Liberty

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Jeep 06 libary will not start ,starter good and battary good what the probable


Do you mean it cranks but won't start?
Check for spark at a spark plug wire. If you have spark, it's probably not the ignition, but a fuel issue. Do you hear the pump come on briefly when key is turned to on? You may need to stand by the gas tank with the cap off, while someone turns the key on. The pump should hum or whirr for about 2 seconds to prime the fuel system. Then it will shut off until car is cranked over. If the pump and the ignition is working, check fuel pressure.
If you had no spark, it could be the coil, or crank position sensor, or...well, you would have to diagnose the ignition system.
If the problem is not cranking over, check all connections at starter and battery for a clean tight connection. Check for power at the starter solenoid when key is held in crank position. If power there, the solenoid must be bad. If no power the circuit from ignition switch to the starter solenoid has a problem ( like the starter relay or the neutral safety switch).
Good luck.

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95 jeep cherokee country 6 cyl auto. wont crank all the time


Bad solenoid i would guess. Not making a connection there. Any basic wiring and ignition switch problems should be alleviated by jumping the starter with a screwdriver. I would check the solenoid and starter brushes

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2002 jeep liberty Turn key switch makes loud clicking noise. Light and radio will come on. Car is able to be jumped, will stay start until turn off, and will not restart


See that? Every once in a while I'm right!!! Reason is that the starter draws far more than anything else in the car. Lights and radio can easily be run by an otherwise ineffective battery, but when loaded (starter draws a bit less than 200amps), the battery will fall flat on its' face! When you jump it, the car is running off the alternator and seems to be OK, till you turn it off again.

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Turning over is what the starter does to the engine ...you can turn an engine over with no spark plugs in it...but you can't start it. Turning over is cranking .....the starter turns (cranks) the engine over (comes from when you had to put a crank in the front of the engine and crank it.)
Does it crank normally but has trouble starting???????

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it is an issue in the steering column. I am getting my 2005 back today, finally. 2 mechanics and they said they have never seen this issue before!!
The steering wheel has to be pulled off and the part replaced. It is cutting all power to the ignition switch. It is not the starter or the Alternator... it is in the steering column. It should be about 200.00 to fix.
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