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I turn on the ignition switch and have to wait until I hear a clicking on 1994 jeep wrangler. On warm days the click happens quickly and on cold days, I have to wait 30 minutes to hear the click. Once it clicks, it starts right up. Is it the ignition, fuel pump or relay? Help plea!

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Did you check your battery cables? If they are loose or corroded you may not be getting a good connection, and of course it takes less power to start a car on a warm day than a cold one.

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