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Old 03-22-2013, 10:13 PM   #1
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jeep wont start

ok, i just bought a 95 wrangler and there is a problem with it starting. it will crank over good but wont start. please dont say starter, battery, alternator lol. its not that. when you turn the key forward there is a clicking in the fuse box under the hood. after 10-15 min the clicking will stop and it will start right up. and its not a relay, all have been replaced. im thinking corrosion but we cleaned it best we could and no change.

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Old 03-22-2013, 11:26 PM   #2
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What you decribe is a relay problem that is not providing power to the computer for either the fuel or ignition circuit. If you have replace relays without any change the problem is likely in the socket the relay in question plugs into. You can confirm the overall lack of ignition with a timing light on one of the spark plug wires. If you have ignition the other potential is no fuel, pull a spark plug and look to see if it is wet. It could be that the relay in question is the fuel pump relay such that you are not getting any fuel pressure and therefore no fuel delivery.

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Old 03-24-2013, 09:37 AM   #3
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Check all your grounds . Crank position sensor might be your problem. Also check and see if your cam sensor is getting power. It can be a number of things. Best bet use an ohm tester and start tracing wires. Good luck
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Check all your grounds . Crank position sensor might be your problem. Also check and see if your cam sensor is getting power. It can be a number of things. Best bet use an ohm tester and start tracing wires. Good luck
Start with basics first
Fuses , corroded wires , etc.
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