Question about 1997 Jeep Wrangler
Make sure that your battery cable contacts are clean and secure at both ends including any body grounds especially at both fenders, firewall and dashboard lower brace. If all is good, likely your alternator is failing. Be aware: some of those charging systems have the voltage regulator as an integral part of the computer, not in the alternator. If you find that the alternator checks out and the wiring for it is intact and its connections are clean, there is a possibility that the regulator has failed. If so, the computer needs to be changed. You don't necessarily need to get a new one as most are available much cheaper in a scrapyard (Id get one that was in an accident...ones with perfectly good bodies may have had engine problems otherwise they would still be on the road!
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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