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I HAVE 95 JEEP WRANGLER AND IT WON'T CRANK SOMETIMES-THOUGHT I WAS FUEL PUMP-R AND R FUEL PUM AND SENDING UNIT-STILL WON'T CRANK AT TIMES-ONLY CRANKS WHEN CK ENG LIGHT IS ON-WHERE CAN I GET A FREE WIRING DIAG.?

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  • zjh1977 Nov 07, 2008

    I have a 95 jeep wrangler and it only cranks over half of the time, but it will start every time I push it. ANY help is greatly appreciated!!!!!!! zjh1977@hotmail.com

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Check your starter connections. You may have had a bolt back off causing a loose connection. Thats why it will only start half the time.

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