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Hi drove the jeep all day. started back up to run to the store try to start it and nothing completely dead no interior lights.

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This actuall "sounds" like a pretty simple problem. Check the connections at the battery and look for heavy corrosion or looseness. This is a common problem with side post batteries but also common when the connections don't get properly cleaned. This starts usually with the positive(or red) side terminal/cable. If everything is good you might have to replace the battery and have the charging system tested to make sure. Let me know what you find.

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

  • rainebird121 Aug 07, 2010

    thanks. battery has top posts can this still be the problem (i hope) would it just go completely dead like that.

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    Kori Policy Aug 08, 2010

    It is entirely possible for ths to happen even on a top post battery. Double check ALL cables and make sure that they all have good connections and that the battery itself tests good and not under 10.5 volts MINIMUM. If it falls any shorter of this requirement loaded, replace the battery. If the main fuse has blown(this is usually a 100amp fuse located in the main fuse or distribution box under the hood) it will cause a no crank/start. Let me know what they find.

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