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Starter will not turn over long enough to start it
I know your problem well. I have experienced it many times over the
years with cars, trucks. jeeps and boats. In every case, replacing the
starting motor fixed the problem. I am assuming here that the battery
and cable connectors are good. A dead battery will give the same
clicking sound. A poor or corroded battery cable connection can produce
the same clicking noise.If you are trying to save money, remove and clean the battery connector
on the starting motor first. Starting motors are usually located in the
path of lots of road salt and other contaminants. You will probably end
up replacing the starting motor but this is worth a try if cost is
important. Make sure the starting motor rebuilder is reputable. Over the years, I have had dozens of starting motors rebuilt. Never once
have I needed to have a relay or slave solenoid replaced. I always run a
healthy battery and that has helped too.
pounding the top with the hammer
help give it the extra jolt to get going, when the power from the
battery should be plenty. ( I don't mean the hammer is actually pumping
electricity, it moves and frees the dying fly wheel a little.). Try
cleaning the battery terminals once more and make sure the connections
are right and clean them as well, if that is the case, very very good
chance it is your starter.
on Oct 25, 2011
2005 jeep have 4 oxygen
DESCRIPTION The Oxygen Sensors (O2S) are attached to, and protrude into the vehicle exhaust system. Depending on the engine or emission package, the vehicle may use a total of either 2 or 4 sensors.
On this emissions package, 4 sensors are used: 2 upstream (referred to as 1/1 and 2/1) and 2 downstream (referred to as 1/2 and 2/2). With this emission package, the right upstream sensor (2/1) is located in the right exhaust downpipe just before the mini-catalytic convertor. The left upstream sensor (1/1) is located in the left exhaust downpipe just before the mini-catalytic convertor. The right downstream sensor (2/2) is located in the right exhaust downpipe just after the mini-catalytic convertor, and before the main catalytic convertor. The left downstream sensor (1/2) is located in the left exhaust downpipe just after the mini-catalytic convertor, and before the main catalytic convertor.
Left and right are distinguished by sitting in the vehicle, not looking at the vehicle from the front
on Aug 19, 2011
Lot53yahoo.commy jeep x 2005 a/c
You've got a vac leak...somewhere.
Unfortunately, you'll have to make time to find it.
When you lose enough vacuum...the "blend door's" default position is to blow out the defrost.
I've looked for vac leaks with starting fluid, or Barryman B12.
While engine is running spray hose connections...when engine "surges"...that's where the leak is.
Hope this helps...
on Aug 15, 2011
Turn switch on and all
If the starter wont turn...Id check / replace starter solonoid.
If the starter turns but doesn't engage the flywheel...I'd check / replace the bendix.
If starter checks good and bendix is good...I'd look at the teeth on the flywheel.
Hope this helps...
on Jul 23, 2011
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