Question about Jeep Wrangler
Okay, sounds like you have a short and the gauge is accurately telling you there is a problem. If you have a ohmmeter disconnect the battery and underhood light. The gauge should not show a connection between the two wires you removed from the battery. If there is a connection remove the big wire from the solenoid that goes to the starter. If this breaks the connection the starter is bad, if the connection is still there you need to pull fuses one at a time and see when you break the connection. Remember to keep doors shut. The fuse that breaks the connection goes to the bad part. If you do not have a fuse diagram, just start the car and see what does not work. Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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