Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Re-charge battery and have it load tested. Then, using a digital multi-meter, begin tracing power and grounds from the battery through the system. Something large is likely at fault when you have a complete loss of power so it shouldn't be too hard to find. Get a chilton manual if you can to help in determining wire destinations. If you find that the battery is dead but re-chargable, after charging, check system for draw using an ammeter connected between either battery terminal and cable. Removes fuses one by one 'till you find the system that is drawing power, then check all sub systems associated with that fuse (there are some systems like your radio that always have a small draw to retain memory....ignore those)
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