Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Could be a high resistance connection between the battery and starter or on the earth strap from the battery or the earth strap from the engine to the chassis. Get someone to turn the engine over whilst measuring the voltage on the starter motor. If you can't do that then unbolt the earth straps from the chassis, clean with some emery or glass paper and grease before re-tightening. There are other possible causes but I have had this on a couple of occasions. Dave
Posted on Dec 28, 2010
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