Question about 1993 Jeep Wrangler
You should have a switch on the clutch pedal under the dash. easy to test,,,just jump across it and see if it starts (only with trans in neutral and your foot on the clutch because it can start in gear when jumped) You also have a relay in the power distribution center and a fuse as well. Relay test is simple...most of the relays are the same so just swap positions. You should also check to make sure power is getting to the starter...12v at main connection and 12v at the small connection with the key turned to the start position (again in neutral and at least have the brake on) If you have power at the starter, likely it has failed. Don't forget...ignition switch needs to be working as well.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
I just had the same problem on my 94 Wrangler and thought the same thing. What the problem was is that my connections on my starter needed to be taken off , cleaned with sandpaper, and I put a shot of WD-40 , then tightned down. For me it was a problem solved. Hope this helps.
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