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2001 Jeep Wrangler heater blower stopped working
Yes I would go with the switch, BUT, does it have a resistor bank? That is, how does it reduce the speed? Many systems use resistors to lower the speed. Burnt or bad connections can cause this as well.
You can test the blower motor by connecting direct power from a source like the cigarette lighter if you are handy.
Most of the time the lower speeds konk out but the high speed continues to work this is the resistor bank that goes out.
on Nov 28, 2013
no starter, ?
will not crank, you meant or my starter is dead?
ignition lights?. (the brake and CEL glow key on and oil?
more important are Head lights working ? and heater fan?
full bright and fan full speed?
if A/T ??? wiggle the gear shifter in park or try neutral. to crank.
is the battery at 12.6vdc? if not its discharged,
charge it, or jump start car.
if car will not jump, then
hot wire the starter. (google that) or you tube it....
if the starter is silent with a good battery and jummed
it's bad or the cables to it are bad.
on Nov 22, 2013
Will not start
first check all fuses under the dash and hood. if everything is good there. if it turns over but wont start it could be the Fuel pump or Crank sensor. while in park and parking break on have someone lay to the side of the jeep about middle way of the gas tank, turn the igniction switch to the on position WITHOUT cranking it over. you should be able to here a humming noise for about 3 to 4 secounds, if you only here a click probley the pump. also if the fuel filter has not been changed in a while you need to do that as well.
on Nov 18, 2013
Blowing fuel pump fuse some times when hit bumbs in road 2001 jeep wrangler
Sorry to say asking questions on a web site & expecting
an answer based someone guessing, won't help you get
to the problem
You have to actually test to resolve vehicle issues
I doubt any bumps are involved as the only cause
If you have a fuse blow you know the issue
Short to Ground -thus fuse goes
Overload Current Wise --thus fuse blows
So you get a wiring diagram of the effected circuit & have at
walking down the entire circuit from the battery to the fuel
pump, in your case
A volt meter & diagrams & lots of time
Never want a fuse to blow, but you at least
know what to look for now it does.
The fuel pump could be the issue if it binds up
Check Pump for current draw & voltage drop the entire
system from battery looking for short along the way- after
you eliminate the pump
on Feb 02, 2013
Jeep trouble code 320 and 743
One problem at a time please. Let's get the engine running All the time! First, it seems that the battery is weak, perhaps old and past its prime (thus the jumper cables worked). Or, maybe you just need to clean off the battery terminals on the battery and the connecting cables. When did you replace the plugs, wiring harness, distributor cap and rotor last? Perhaps just cleaning them up will do the trick. Also, check that the grounding cables all over the engine compartment are clean and tight.
on Jan 14, 2013
Getting a code p1494
Trouble Code: P1494
EVAP Leak Detection Pump Switch Or Mechanical Fault
LDP switch signal circuit is open or shorted to ground.LDP switch power circuit is open (test power to Fused Ignition).LDP vacuum hose is clogged, loose or restricted.LDP assembly is damaged or has failed (the switch has failed).
on Dec 12, 2012
Why does it always takes two tries to start ?
The fuel pump gets power from the pump relay. When you turn the key on, the relay provides power for 3 seconds and stops. The pump then gets power once the engine is running.
If the relay is bad, you have to crank the engine until you have oil pressure to get power to the pump. Also if the check valve in the pump is bad, it will let the fuel pressure drop back into the tank when the engine is off.
So it could be a faulty pump relay, or the check valve in the pump.
You would need to get the fuel pressure checked before the truck is started cold.
on Dec 11, 2012
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