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Yes i did try to start jeep and nothing,we used jumper cables and finally jeep started within a few minutes of engine running the lifters started clicking and i turned engine off

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Left the lights on on a 2008 jeep Grand Cherokee laredo ... got a jump and door dinger dings and lights come on while jumping but will not start.


did u follow the correct way to jump that var/suv?? there is a method,ground to the block,and pos to the pos side of the battery. then lit it charge for a few minutes, then giv it a shot. u r battery is probably beat down to nuthin. so git it towed and then u will need a new battery.??maybe? lol

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2003 taurus lights dimed &suddenly died as if there was no battery. I tried to jump start it but i got nothing but clicking from curcuit breakers by the battery compartment


Yes... Your battery died. But why?

First, leave the cables on longer, a good 10 or 15 minutes. When you hear that clicking noise, it's because there is not enough power available to turn the starter. It means you need more power. Leave the jumper cables on for a few more minutes and you will have the power you need to start the car.

Once the car is started, remove the jumper cables and pull the positive (Red) cable off the terminal on your battery. If the car stays running, get a new battery. If the car dies immediately after pulling the positive battery cable off, then your altenator has gone out. The altenator is the electrical generator that provides electricity to your lights, engine, stereo, AC, etc. It should be putting out about 14.2 volts. Since your car is a 12 volt system, there are a couple of extra volts to spare, which are used to recharge the battery. It takes a lot of power from a battery to start the vehicle. That's why the alternator is there to takeover after startup, plus recharge your battery in the process.

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Starts one time and dead the next


i would check the cables on the battery first could be loose also look at the engine side of the cable use jumper cables to jump the cables one at a time to see if the cable is bad

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I have a 1996 jeep grand Cherokee the battery went dead tried to jump start it but the alarm just goes off every time i turn over the key so i tried using the key in the door to turn the alarm off but it...


Try closing the doors then hook up jumper cables, let it sit for a couple of minutes with cables hooked up and other vehicle running. Then try to use key to turn off alarm before opening door. Then try to start it.

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The engine will not turn over and start, and the starter whines down until it starts making a clicking noise.


SOUNDS LIKE LOW VOLTAGE. TRY # 4 CABLE JUMPER CABLES LIGHT DUTY CABLES WON'T DO THE JOB. IF IT JUMP STARTS, CHECK THE ALTERNATOR. WITH MOTOR RUNNING, VOLTAGE AT THE BATTERY SHOULD READ BETWEEN 13.90 & 14.80. REMOVE JUMPER CABLES FOR THE VOLTAGE TEST. THE MOTOR MAY HAVE TO RUN FOR A FEW MINUTES FOR A TRUE VOLTAGE READING.

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I have a 1999 jeep gc laredo and it wont start replaced the starter and battery but it just click. i also checked all fuses and relays but nothing worked it just clicks


Take a pair of jumper cables,and use the ground side of the jumper cables,and clamp on the negative battery post,and the other end of the negative ground of the jumper cables,to the engine,anywhere that is a good ground,then try and start it,if it starts,then the ground cable on the jeep,is bad,replace it,you might check the connections on the battery post,clean the grey,or black color residue off the battery post,and inside the cable ends to where they shine.This residue acts as a insulator,and will not allow contact.The new battery can have this residue on it,even if it is new.

Feb 27, 2010 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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My jeep taps a bit when cod but once warm is fine any solutions ??


Listening to you spell wrong and guess the theres a lifter tap when the engine warms up it goes away runs good all the time? Sure alot of 4.0 and some 5.2 V8 do this. Missed a few oil changes did we? Heres what happened and something that might make it go away (maybe) ( It'll be back later) The lifters have accumulated some varnish and as the engine warms the clearnce relaxes and the lifter tighten s the vavle train and the noise stopps. Most engines stop in the same place in their firing order every time you shut them off. So a certain valve is being held open by the lifter and the cam as the car sits parked. The oil slowly leakes down out of the lifter. then you start up the oil presure comes up slowly in the lifter galley and finally the lifter fille=s back up the lash is closed and it stopps clicking. Change the oil and add a can of fuel injector cleaner as the lifter will pump up quicker if it were clean you may have to change the oil very week for awile as your washing out the dirt that would have been chnges if the oil was changed enought. Cheap oil is good if you plan to change it more than once

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Jeep won't start


Sounds like you have a bad battery. The quick way to diagnose it is to first ground the negative jumper cable to a metal point that is attached to the car frame of the Jeep. If you can't find one just attach it to the negative battery terminal on the battery.

Then detach the postive battery cable from the battery (you can do this first if you feel safer). Next is to hook up the jumper cables to the car that is going to jump your jeep. Make sure the positive jumper cable is not touching anything on your Jeep first.

If you have friends this makes it easier!

Now you want to connect the positive jumper cable(red) to the positve battery cable on the Jeep. Make sure that the cable ends are not touching the Jeep at all (very important)

Now you want to go start the jump vehicle and make sure the cable still is not touching. Then go try to start the Jeep. If the battery was bad the Jeep should fire up with minimal effort. If you are still getting the same issues then it is either a bad cable or possibly a starter motor that is starting to go (high resistance).

If it starts bring the battery down an autoparts store to be tested.

May 07, 2009 | 2001 Jeep Wrangler

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Lifter pecking


as old as the car is...I'm not surprised.   You have a sticking or worn hydraulic lifter.  You my try an engine flush followed by a oil change. Or totally ignore it.  Is your oil pressure good?

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