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1990 jeep wrangler wont start , no power , no lights, nothing.

Wont start , no power , no lights, nothing , tried connecting a cable from the ground to the alternator and now it starts

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The negative post of your battery needs to be grounded to the frame of your vehical

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Get a multi-meter. test battery voltage for >11.5v. Then test resistance from negative terminal to the body and then the frame. Should be less than an ohm. make sure the wire is in good condition. Then start checking all the fuses. also take off the power leads and clean the battery terminals.

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