My jeep will not start...does not even turn over, suggestions?

Asked by Aug 11, 2010 at 06:26 PM about the 2006 Jeep Wrangler X

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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Check your battery with a volt meter. If your battery is low, replace it. If it is not your battery it could be a faulty ground somewhere, possibly in the ignition and or your start motor is shot. I bet my chips on your battery is dead if your engine wont turn over.

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Jeeps are famous for park neutral safety switches going bad. I had the same thing happen on mine. Try to start it in neutral.

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check the ignition switch actuator pin, on my jeep it cracked and i could not stared it but all the gages came on

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check the ignition switch actuator pin, on my jeep it cracked and i could not stared it but all the gages came on

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I have an 05 TJ 4.0L automatic. Turn key and gauges don't respond use ODBII reader and it is not sensing the pcm. What could be causing this?

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My Jeep Sahara wrangler 2010 No crank Battery is fine starter is fine and also changed the ignition switch Also bought the new fuse box it’s still won’t crank But the mechanic wired a wire directed from the starter to battery Then it’s turning over and starting Is there some one know about this problem or had issues please help

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