Question about Jeep Cars & Trucks
Probably not , but you never can tell without testing ! Checking for DTC'S - diagnostic trouble codes ! With the ignition key in the ignition lock , turn the key to on (not start) then off then on then off and then back on an let in the on position and look at the odometer , if there are any P codes in the engine computer they will show there on the odometer . If there are none it will just show done . Does the vehicle start and run ? This vehicle has a few other control modules , BCM - body control module , ABS - EBCM - electronic brake control module , one for the air bags , TIPM - totally integrated power module . These modules all share needed information on what is called a serial data communication network ! If there are no DTC'S Pulling a wiring diagram and checking the electrical circuit would be a good next step. Then checking power and ground circuits with voltage drop testing , this would find any gremlins ! I'm aware you probably have know idea what I'm talking about . Sorry , but that's the way to diagnose a problem like this ! Plus checking battery , charging system .
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