Question about 1999 Jeep Wrangler
I have a Jeep Wrangler Sahara 1999.It spent most its life in Vermont, now in Georgia. I parked it one day ,when I went to restart it the next morning it didn't start and the odometer read NO BUS. I have replaced PCM, and still nothing . When I used An OBD reader it coded unable to connect. I don't want to drop thousands into this in a shop. Any ideas?
I used to have the NoBUS show up on the odometer also, but always while driving. The immediate fix was a sharp rap on the top of the cluster with my fist. To fix it permanently, I removed the cluster,cleaned the contacts both cluster and harness with spray contact cleaner, then applied some dielectric grease to prevent any further corrosion.
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