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My 2005 jeep grand cherookee wont start. woke up and turn the ignition on . it started for 3 to 5 second than went dead tried it three more times till it completely shut off. had a mechnic look at the starter, fuse , and battery but couldnt find anything wrong

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Had the same prob w/my 2005 and it turned out to be a dead/dying battery in the key(sends a signal to the starting circuit)

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