Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee
Bad starter or starter Solenoid. Grounded wire between the solenoid and battery or actually a bad battery. I've had batteries that were bad where everything worked until you went to start teh engine then it wouldn't turn over. There are 2 parts to the battery, 1 is voltage which runs the radio, windows, lights and such the other is Amperage which is needed to get the started to work. You can have good voltage but no amperage due to a dead cell. Disconnect the Negative battery terminal, connect jumper cables to a goo running vehicle, connect the positive cable to teh positive terminal and the negative clamp to the negative cable, this take your battery out of the loop, then try and start the vehicle. If the vehicle starts it's your battery if it doesn't then it is most likely your starter or Solenoid.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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