Just an update here. Got it fixed today. Here's all that happened. Went to where Jeep was located and cleaned off the connections. Tried jump starting it, and it didn't start. wouldn't turn over. Ended up getting a New battery, because the old one was over 6 years old. Yeah, it was a bad battery, but that wasn't all that was wrong with it. Ended up pull starting it and drove it home. Tested the starter at home, and it didn't look too good. Took it off and took it down to Advanced Discount Auto Parts, and got and tested the started. Nope, bad starter. Ended up buying a new starter to go with that new battery, and installed it. Once everything was installed, cleaned up a little, and fired it up. Fired up like a new Jeep. Basically, what I found out today is this, being a bad battery, trying to crank it, ended up frying the starter. So, got my Jeep running, and another $170 in the hole. Thanks for the tips. Was an interesting experience, seeing as how this was my first time doing a starter, or any major mechanic work lol.