|05-05-2013 11:08 PM|
|ilikeguns||different forums have different types of users. I've found that this forum is great for certain things and has an overall cool user base. With that being said, there are other forums out there that focus on the more technical/mechanical aspects of a jeep. Doesn't make one better or worse, but with so many possible discussion points on a wrangler.. one forum can't be all things to all people.|
|05-05-2013 10:51 PM|
|Txrdstr||After further reading, glad you have it running, sound plausible that maybe it locked down sensing the grounded plug and the the brain thinking there was a mechanical issue like a piston hitting the plug and shit it down to stop any further damage.|
|05-05-2013 10:46 PM|
|05-05-2013 06:45 PM|
1) I don't understand the problem.
2) I understand the problem but don't have an answer.
3) Someone else already posted what I would suggest.
When a member posts pics of rims or stickers they are usually looking for opinions. Everyone has them.
|05-05-2013 03:40 PM|
|05-05-2013 03:34 PM|
After countless hours of reading and a sleepless night. This morning I woke up and went borrow a tester and a bada$$ 4000 scanner from a friend that works at a BMW shop (he couldn't help me because he was going on a trip with his family but was also puzzled by it)
Scanned: no codes at all
Test: every fuse, relay and awitch was good.
I unplugged and plug back every connector I could think off and NOTHING
Left the battery unhooked all night. NOTHING
Removed and installed the fuse for the security system. Nada
FINALLY: i disconnected the battery terminals and ran a little wire connecting both terminals for 30 minutes (I placed a rag over the battery to make sure it didn't made contact with anything) and guess what??? After I conected it all back in place the dam jeep started right back up and runs smooth and perfect.
My wild guess is that the computer sensed the bad plug install and sent a locked down mode to the jeep. Which is weird because the acanner i borrowed didn't read anything at all and No codes
|05-05-2013 01:19 PM|
Maybe nobody had any ideas. I didn't. My immediate thought was you put two of the wires on the wrong plugs and had a misfire -that doesn't explain a plug with a smooshed gap.
In the spirit of helpful replies, how about saying what the fix was so everyone can learn from it!
|05-05-2013 01:18 PM|
|05-05-2013 12:40 PM|
|MarcelOrtiz||Got it figured out. Thanks for all of the helpful replies. If I was posting a picture of new rims or a sticker I would've gotten pages of replies. I see that on here a lot, very very few answer to a fellow keeper with a problem|
|05-04-2013 10:16 PM|
|05-04-2013 09:53 PM|
|ohioviper||Double check your wires ect.|
|05-04-2013 09:14 PM|
no start after spark plug and missfire
today i changed my spark plugs and started the jeep and it ran rough and CEL came on, i drove to the nearest autozone and they scanned "cilinder 3 missfire" i went home and removed that spark plug and notice the gap was all the way closed, i reoppened the gap to .50, re-installed and tried to start the jeep again NOTHING !!!! no click, no crank. the ETC is ON and CEL.
i tired to unplugged the battery for 30 monutes nothing, fuses seem OK, wth do i try next? anyone experience this?