Question about 2002 Jeep Liberty
I drove home from work and parked the liberty. next morning it would not do anything. i discovered a loose battery terminal and cleaned off the gunk and tightened up the terminals. now the engine turns over but it won't start.
i am thinking of replacing the ignition fuses and the starter fuses in the engine compartment fuse box but doubt this will fix the problem.
it looks like an expensive tow charge to the shop and more expense at the shop while they solve the problem.
i will ask for new battery cables because the old one look pretty corroded.
Any other ideas?
You said it turns over now, so it shouldn't be the battery cables. They had problems with the crank sensor. It is located on the right side of the engine block near the rear. Tap on it and see if it starts. That would tell you if it is bad. But not always. If it don't start, it still could be bad.
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