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Jeep Grand Cherokee, Electrical, SUV
#591 of 707 which is a better jeep
Dec 17, 2011 (9:48 am)
im about to buy a 1994 jeep grand cherokee from an original owner and is in great condition for 1.600 was all fired up about it then saw the reliability marks when it came to transmission and driveline issues and elrctrical, and even the 4 wheel drive! however the classic didnt have those low marks in any category. ive owned several xj's in the past, great wheelers and reliable daily driver, however i was looking forward to the much cleaner and more luxury insides of the grand cherokee, it has the same engine as the xj, the 4.oliter. can anyone tell me something good about the zj, or am i making a mistake choosing thezj over thexj, could use some opinions on this matter
#592 of 707 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical Problems
Dec 20, 2011 (8:49 pm)
My 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee,had these problems .
On startup no gages,no warning lights,no read out from the status control pannel, and no turn signals.
Removed negative battery terminal connector for an hour then reconnected it to the battery.
This seems to have corrected the problem.
#593 of 707 Re: 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical Problems [skjeep]
Dec 21, 2011 (4:31 am)
no need to wait 30 minutes. 30 seconds or count to 30 did it for my 95
jeep gran cherokee
#594 of 707 2011 GCL Battery issues
Dec 27, 2011 (2:30 am)
I purchased a new 2011 GCL V6 a couple of months ago. All's going well EXCEPT I've had three battery failures so far the last being Xmas Day. Car not driven for three days and battery dead flat. Roadside assist got it going. Now have no radio or other panel features. Screen blank. Never in my 40+ years of owning cars have I experienced this. My other car is a Mercedes C Class 200K and all we do is put fuel in it. It is a perfect vehicle.
Last trip to the dealer found no fault. Second failure they changed the battery and now three weeks later back to square ne.
#595 of 707 Re: 2011 GCL Battery issues [invader26]
Dec 27, 2011 (6:00 am)
One of two things is causing the problem. The battery is getting discharged due to a short, or the battery is not being charged when the GCL is running.
Because the radio and panel features stopped working. the best guess would be the wiring to the automatic switch assembly(or the assembly itself) that allows the radio to stay on when the switch is turned off until the door is opened.
#596 of 707 DAsh LIghts flicker, Car wont start!
Dec 27, 2011 (8:29 pm)
So far I have seen Power control module issues, ignition key issues, and pretty much electrical in general as far as i can read, My 2006 Jeep Laredo has now stop working as a result of flickering lights and the car not being able to come on? IS there any way to find out if we can get these electrical issues to be recalled? Anybody else having problems with their 2006 Jeep Laredo????? PLease reply, maybe we can all start a petition and turn it in to the NHTSA!!!!
#597 of 707 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo starts than dies
Dec 27, 2011 (10:42 pm)
At first everything in dash went to zero gas showed none speed went to zero. Now it will start but than die. Everything else works but just won't stay started please help
#598 of 707 Re: 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo starts than dies [sstrpud24]
Dec 28, 2011 (8:36 am)
Same thing is happening to my '06 Laredo
We need to start calling this number from Dept. Of Transportation
NHTSA to make this issue become a recall, 1888-327-4236
Spread the word! We don't have to pay out of pockets if it becomes recalled !!!
#599 of 707 Re: 1994/1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Alarm System [bntjohnson79]
Jan 01, 2012 (10:59 am)
If it's the factory installed alarm, you can just not arm it instead of pulling the fuses. With the doors closed use the automatic door locks to secure all doors & liftgate. Then exit the driver door and either slide the lock manually and close the door or close the door and lock it with the key (not the fob.)
If the alarm works all day at work with no problem, I would consider that someone is screwing with you. Maybe they don't like where you park or something.
Alternatively, maybe your battery is running down after X hours and your alarm is responding to the drop in current.
#600 of 707 Re: 04 grand cherokee elec. problems [rutang]
Jan 02, 2012 (11:37 am)
thank you for this info it help me a lot for time and cost thank you again