Question about 1989 Jeep Grand Wagoneer
My '89 Jeep Wagoneer won't start. It has a 6month old battery that was recently checked and machine said it was good. Starter relay is new. Battery leads are new. Battery reads 12V. Starts with no problems with a boost. Once started, I can remove battery leads and it still runs. I can turn it off and restart it but if I leave it for more than a couple of hours it won't start. Electrical? Something draining battery? If I get a boost, drive it for a bit then park it, take the leads off then let it sit overnight, the battery still reads 12V but won't start??? What the???
Sounds like the starter actually have some one load test it for you, might be drawing more power then it need, hence the need for a jump
Posted on May 10, 2009
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