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My 1995 Wrangler wont start. It isn't firing at all. It's not getting power on the plug for the starting solenoid. I've changed the relay and the crankshaft position sensor. I removed the distributor cap to make sure the rotor is turning when it turns over, and ensure the timing belt wasn't broken. All fuses check good. With the starter relay removed and key on, I get power one relay contact. With relay in place, and key on, according to Chilton's manual, I should have power on the brown wire coming out of relay. I don't.

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Would you mind describing the whole relay switch to me?How many prongs.3 I am guessing?Which prong is what or which colored wires are what.Wires relation to prong.I hope you understand this lol.And please tell me what you are reading the power with.A meter or a light.Better yet,if you have a scanner,could you send me a picture of the relay diagram?Whatever you can tell/send will be very helpful.
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I'll see you in the morn I hope. Greg :)

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