Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
Son drove it home, parked it in wrong spot, started it again to move it, then shut it off, then when i went to move it again, it wouldn't start. no lights, no nothing. the hatch door was clicking like crazy, so we pulled that fuse, popped off the battery cables, looked at the fuses under the hood, randomly put the cables back on, had lights, tried to start again, no luck. then the lights and all electrical went out again. Is this a fuse problem? or something more expensive? how do we test the fuses that are for ignition? help! it's our only working vehicle.
You can check fuses using a test light or (better) a volt meter. This is done by probing the back opening at each end of each fuse while the negative lead of the meter is connected to a good ground. any fuse that shows power only on one side has failed. Some fuses will only show power with ignition on. Check all grounds as well, sounds like you may have a loose connection somewhere or a bad control module (why clicking was heard)
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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