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I have a 1989 jeep wrangler that two days ago we replaced the clutch and and did a trans up grade when we finished we tryed to start the jeep and we heard the the celinoid try to move the starter but was not moving we replaced the starter with a new one witch we had tested before we put it in. car will not start i took a set of jumper cables and ran them from the battery the starter and the jeep tryed to start but still no running jeep i need a drawing that will show me the wiring for this jeep between the battery and the starter

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  • Jeff Turcotte
    Jeff Turcotte Sep 10, 2010

    Did you replace the solenoid when you replaced the starter?

  • garylm8421 Sep 10, 2010

    no we had it checked and it was good

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Not sure which engine you have, but here is diagram for 4-banger. I can get the others, but I think the starter curcuit will be the same. This may not be readable after download. Starter circuit is in upper left. I also attached a blowup that is better res.

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  • Jeff Turcotte
    Jeff Turcotte Sep 10, 2010

    OK, can I ask more questions? You say it tried to start when you hotwired the battery to the starter, right? Did you have the ignition on when you did that? Can you tell me exactly what happens now when you try to start the car with the key?

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