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89 jeep wrangler, starting problems

89 jeep wrangler, if i go to start it and my tac needle is twiching its going to start. if i have no response from the needle ill be sitting there anywhere from 30 seconds to 3 days. it turns over evertime, everything seems normal but the tac needle.

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I had the same thing happen after the power steering belt broke. Replaced it and everything was fine after. I'd check the belts to make sure they are all tight and in good condition. Hope this helps!

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I would suspect the crank sensor, but it needs to be verified when it wont start.

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Hello, We used to have this very same problem with our Mini! what you have here or havn't as the case may be is a good Earth to the Engine Starter and Battery so your cables are doing an overload job. Take an extra earth strap from engine/starter direct to battery!
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