Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
This happened to me it was the starter. look up how to perform a bench test this will solve all your problems.
first do some checks. Step 1- find your gas line and look for the nipple to check if you have fuel pressure. "have a friend crank the engine while you push down the nipple: beware gas will shoot out:" hold for a few seconds to make sure its steady.
step 2- if there is gas pressure move over to your park plug boot. UN plug a boot from the spark plug and using a voltage meter check for a current. if there is current awesome, if not check the integrity of your wires, rotor cap and rotor (cheap fixes)
step 3- check your starter, un-install it the starter and or hot wire it to see if it activates (new starters look on ebay (30-80$) this will start to go around 170k miles or so. only takes some jacks and a jack stand to uninstall and replace.
hope this helps you out :) let me know if it doesn't ill keep looking for you
Posted on Nov 20, 2013
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