Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
You need to check all the important fuses, the starter relay, the ignition switch, the neutral safety switch, wiring and starter itself, as well as block ground etc. Any shop you would take it to will need to test these items one by one till the problem is identified, using a volt meter or test light.Good parts and bad parts look the same 'till they are tested...though it would be nice if they turned purple or something when they fail, they don't.
If you want to fix it, start at the battery and work your way through the system 'till you find where voltage goes in but does not come out. That part is failed.
Shops don't guess...you shouldn't either.
If you need help with testing a particular item, ask.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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