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2007 jeep wrangler dash lights blinking when jump started then stalls with no power at all.

Replaced battery and alternator and pops right off when jumped, but same thing-blinking dash lights and very rough running. Remove cables and dies with absolutely no power.

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Replace battery cables.check battery 150 amp fuse.

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Week. Check fuses. Be careful when jumpstarting. Sometimes it's easy to damage the computer on vehicles

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SOURCE: won't stay running 95 jeep grand cheerekee laredo 4x4

When you put the jumper cables on, put the key in the drivers door lock and unlock the door to deactivate the factory alarm.

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SOURCE: Jeep running rough; black smoke from tailpipe; dying occasionally

Have you taken a spark plug out yet? You may have fowled them out. if they are not clean and have a whitish tone to them, then they need to be replaced.

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Check the Belt Tensioner. If the Tensioner is not Keeping the Belt Tight it will Drain the Battery Pretty Fast.Please Rate my Response, I need all the Help That I can Get! Thanks!

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SOURCE: Daughter called me ..car wont

it sounds like you have blown fuse to the Alternator.. I don't know what car you are talking about but they charging systems vary.. But if alternator isn't getting all the power it needs it won't charge. this should be checked.

good luck

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SOURCE: 94 Jeep Grand Cherokee will not start

just had this happen on same type of car
drove me crazy for DAYS.. FOUND IT WAS JUST AN ALTERNATOR FUSE.!!! UNDER BLACK BOX BEHIND THE BATTERY
FIVE BUCKS AT ANY AUTO STORE...
THIS WAS AFTER SPENDING 120 ON A NEW BATTERY....
THATS ALL IT IS

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2007 jeep wrangler won't start have power, but won't turn over hear a clicking in fuse box. any suggestions?


battery is dead.
check fuses, the clicking is the starter relay that is its job is to click.
but if it rattles that means low battery

what we do is a AAA jumper of battery, jump start battery with a donor car. if it starts now. then.
1: the battery was only discharged , so charge it.
2: or if it repeats the battery is bad. OR
3: if the voltage is not 13.3 to 15v running the alternator is shut down.

easy huh, just 3 checks.

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I havent been having any problems but when I try to start my jeep,it's not turning over at all.I have lights..I had the battery checked at a Parts store and it's good.It won't boost off but I can push it...


You should have a switch on the clutch pedal under the dash. easy to test,,,just jump across it and see if it starts (only with trans in neutral and your foot on the clutch because it can start in gear when jumped) You also have a relay in the power distribution center and a fuse as well. Relay test is simple...most of the relays are the same so just swap positions. You should also check to make sure power is getting to the starter...12v at main connection and 12v at the small connection with the key turned to the start position (again in neutral and at least have the brake on) If you have power at the starter, likely it has failed. Don't forget...ignition switch needs to be working as well.

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Wont turn over


The starter is most likely the problem,tap on the starter lightly with a hammer while trying to start the engine,dont get run over doing this it will take two people,if the engine starts,the starter needs replacing.

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Sounds like a short in the electrical system. Maybe even just a loose ground wire. On the other hand...It could just as easily be a bad ECM (BRAIN)! Warranty still in tact? I hope so. Diagnostic at a certified Jeep shop... Good Luck!

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Check your alternator and charging system

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Jeep won't turn over


Check battery first. If battery is good, charge it and your vehicle should start, The symptons your having are indication of a bad charging circuit. When you start it leave the Negative battery loose enough to pull off after it is running, if it continues to run then it was a bad connection somewhere in the circuit or your regualtor, an internal part of the alternator is bad allowing the current to drain in you battery slowly over time when the engine is running. If battery checks good remove alternator and take to an autoparts store and have them check it. Generally most vehicles have a battery or charge light on the dash that will be lit.

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Starting/Alternator Gauge problems


It maybe as simple as corroded battery terminals. Somtimes they corrode between the post and the terminal itself.When you run light loads there is enough current passing through.When you crank the engine however,the large current flow will not pass. When you jump the car the clamps are biting on the outside of the terminal and current flows easy. Simply clean or replace the terminals and clean the posts as well to a silver shine and the trouble may go away

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