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I was told that there may be a grounding problem with my jeep. what does that mean?

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All electrical systems have to have a ground and neutral some times they are both on the same wire but if you have a bad ground that is a break in the circut electricity has to have a unbroken path to the supplied part and back to the source to work properly but if you have a 2005 this may not be your problem bad grounds genrally come from a long life of vibration and elements salt on roads water all the things that cause rust so if you do have this problem that means it was more then likely not right to begin with i would get a second opinion if i were you good luck and do not hesitate to get back to me if you have more questions

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