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Topic Review (Newest First)
01-12-2013 04:58 PM
teknoid Have you tried cleaning the battery terminals with a wire brush? My '05 acted like that and even though the terminals looked clean, it solved the issue.
01-12-2013 04:03 PM
aaronruns
NM Jeepers, I'm broken down in Angel Fire on a trip. Any help or suggestions?

So I brought my 2005 TJ to angel fire new Mexico. Got her fine no problems. Wake up to go to the mountain and it won't turn over.

The radio, a/c, lights all work. When I turn the key there is just a single click. We tried to push start it as a last resort and that didn't work either.

So if anyone has any info or tips they would be greatly appreciated

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