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#90 of 735 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Electrical Problem Multiple
Dec 28, 2008 (12:29 pm)
Radio doesn't work and radio lights pulse on and off after you start the car... If you just turn the accessories on the radio works fine...
No running lights, with the car running or off... All other exterior lights work...
Dashboard lights don't work...
Speedometer doesn't work...
If I open any of the passenger doors there is a relay near the glove compartment that starts clicking...
Interior lights on the door are on when the car is running and the doors are closed... they get brighter and dim with the same pulse that the radio lights are blinking, whether or not the radio is on...
Interior ceiling lights are also affected...
Fuses are all good...
#91 of 735 Re: 2005 jeep grand cherokee electrical problems [2006jgc]
Jan 14, 2009 (6:00 am)
I just purchased an 05 JGC 2 weeks ago, and just this morning on my way to work, I experienced the dash panel lights all turn on at once, then while that happened, my speedometer, and gas gauge dropped and rose again after the lights went back off. It happened twice, and I'm pretty sure this thing has some issues, which breaks my heart because I love the car.
#92 of 735 93 Grand Cherokee Laredo - voltage
Jan 19, 2009 (8:56 am)
I just bought a 1993 grand cherokee laredo - the problem is -- the voltage gauge drops from 14-18 at start up down to 9 or lower as the jeep warms up or I turn on heater, lights, wipers and then wants to stall. The alternator is new but had it checked twice to make sure was working right, the starter is new. I even tried changing the PCM with one from another 93 ( wouldn't even start ). I put the original back in and the jeep started up. Not sure what to do now. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you -- George
#93 of 735 Re: 93 Grand Cherokee Laredo - voltage [wolfdadg]
Jan 19, 2009 (1:59 pm)
take volt meater and make sure that the alt is in fact worling when on your jeep
check wires by batt for corasisen
#94 of 735 Re: 2005 jeep grand cherokee electrical problems [NikJeepGC]
Jan 19, 2009 (2:01 pm)
how old is batt?
if have a bad cell could cause computer to act up
if new could also be the engnition switch (mounted on the bottom of steering coluem i think on the 05s not real sure though)
Jan 24, 2009 (3:27 pm)
i have a 93 grand 5.2 LT. me and sum friends were on our way back from the coast when one of them turned the light on to the upper center console when the console light radio and computer screen went haywire is this a a fuse problem or a wiring problem and since tuesday i lost heater power door locks and all the above items i have listed ne help what so ever would be great thanks. If you would like to reach me directley you can from e mail or my space my email is bigsexy_fordloveryahoo.com
#96 of 735 Re: fuse problem?? [sexy_redneck]
Jan 24, 2009 (10:21 pm)
If you would like to reach me directley...
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#97 of 735 someone please help!
Feb 15, 2009 (8:50 am)
I have a 04 JGCL, it has been in the shop 3 days now and is racking up labor cost. It seems to shut off whenever I hit any bumps in the road, at high speeds, only the speedometer and fuel gauge seem to be effected, they zero out and then come back. At slow speeds, when I hit a bump, it stalls. Mechanic says it is a short (no kidding!) but he can't locate it. Has anyone else experienced the same problems?
#98 of 735 Re: someone please help! [bovee]
Feb 15, 2009 (12:30 pm)
That doesn't sound like a short. It sounds like a broken circuit or bad switch. Have they checked all the electrical connections?
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#99 of 735 Re: someone please help! [tidester]
Feb 15, 2009 (6:51 pm)
not sure what they have or have not checked, I got frustrated with the mechanic and picked up the truck today, now it won't start at all and the fuel gauge is reading empty, the low fuel chime keeps dinging, and when I drove it home, it had 3/4 tank. What kind of circuit or switch should I be looking for, and could this be a bad fuel pump or sending unit? thanks for your help.