Re: Technical problems 2002 JGC 2,7 CRD
There are several posibilities. Could be a problem with the ignition switch, but could also be a problem with a battery cable or ground connection. The battery cables can give problems with corrosion of the cable close to the battery terminal, but hidden under the cable isolation. Put the ignition switch in on and when someone is watching the instrument panel, tap with a wrench or so on the cable close to the terminal or try to bend the cable a bit (the cable is quite rigid, so some force will be required) and see if the instrument panel comes alive or some flickering of the lights can be seen. If yes, you need to remove the cable isolation for inspection and eventually replace it.
JEEP Grand Cherokee 4.7 Lmtd 2004
HID 8000K in low and fog / Quad Squad member
Monroe Reflex shocks /
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