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Will not start

My 1993 jeep cherokie country will not start, i had the battery tested,
allso had alt. tested,no problems there i was told there is a mega fuse in the relay box under hood is this true if so how do i change it ?
allso i have plenty of power the batt. is not dead ,and the jeep does not make any noise when i try to start it ay help would be nice thanks alot for any help.

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I had the same problem it could also be the battery terminal post i had to replace mine haven't had a problem since this is after i tested starter, alt, and battery

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The starter isn't fused but I'm sure that the starter solenoid is, so you need to check fuses and preferably with a multimeter since sometimes their failure isn't very visible.

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Where is my horn relay located?


in most cars, if it even has one. is in the fuse box.
1993. first real chrysler car. and real engine controls by same with OBD1, good best older year car.
RTM read the manual yet?
the FSM
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chapter 8G is HORN, and horn options.
page 2 covers the relay test.
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

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Sep 17, 2014 | 1993 Jeep Cherokee Country

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Loss of power


stock car YJ ? , or all hacked up. (old cars get hacked)
2.5 or 4.0 liter engine? still have a real jeep alternator not upgraded?

loss of electrical power (first rule, we never need to guess.!!!)
not with a voltmeter. (tool that costs $20 )
alternator good (by what means, autozoned?) ( we can find out one car)
but low on gauge. what gauge in dash voltmeter.? sure...
i think you car has no charge lamp only the dash VM.

own an volt meter? a DMM? hand volt meter?

1: if the alternator charge lamp is stuck on driving.
2: is battery voltage at 13.3 to 15vdc with engine at 800 RPM idling
alternator belt not slipping, for sure.....???
if the battery voltage is near 12.5v and falling running that is
an Alternator system failure, note i said, system. !!!

this is first. if we get to here. we can find the real cause.
test 3:
is the charge lamp on keyon, and goes out running?
make sure the big fuse for the alternator in the engine bay fuse
box is not blown, 50amp?

I have no 95 FSM and my online source sucks for 95

Alternator dead: (alt good)
1: belt slipping . engine at 300rpm, nah.
2: fuse blown, the big one. (engine bay fuse box)
3: ;wrong alternator, there are many, most others will fail, even good ones.......
4: alternator ground bad. (end to end, to battery minus)
5: bad wiring to same. bad connections, any to battery or alt.
6: some jeeps the PCM has the field regulator, see link below.
ECU pin 20 , is field pin, it is on 95, 4.0L (engine not stated)

is the CEL lamp on, and throwing code 41 DTC?, alt, field errors?

the alt has 4 pins, battery, field,ground and voltage sense.
The reg is in the PCM. and if bad is a bad $3 transistor..
see same form for fix for that issue..

i think this is same as your. 1996 is big change year.
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f12/1993-wrangler-pcm-ecu-ecm-pin-out-diagram-1170004/


you can test the alt, PCM wire pulled !, by full fielding the alt.
grounding the field term, no wires on field pin of alt.
see FSM for details on that.
The PCM modulates the field pin to control charge at all times.

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Drained battery alt is good did a load test that was done showed alt is good no after market parts 98 jeep grand Cherokee and see a lot with the same problem


Step by step testing with a test light while removing fuses one at a time will help isolate the defective circuit.

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Dead Batt (poss. Alternator?)


Likely you did this already but check fuses in power distribution box near battery (likely two 60a fuses for alt in there). Additionally, was alternator regulator tested or was alt "full fielded" for test. (regulator failure will prevent power made at alt from reaching the battery). Also, check continuity of leads going to alternator to make sure they're OK.

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check your fuses under dash use test light ground it, your doing negative test ,test light on, fuse ok.
do that each of them you must turn your keys on don't start the car , in order to check.. good luck!!

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Cuts off while driving down the road killes the battery


my '94 Cherokee sport had the same symptoms when it was the cam/crank shaft sensor.

Just a thought

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Do you advice me to bay jeep grand cheroky or not ???


Jeeps run for ever as long as you take care of them.

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