Help my 2011 liberty 3.7L .

Asked by DMalard Feb 21, 2020 at 01:31 PM about the 2011 Jeep Liberty Sport 4WD

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

50% of the time i go to start the starter engages just a little not enough to turn engine,  when it does this there is 1.6volts at the starter signal wire and at the actual starter motor , now when it does this usually it will work by putting it in neutral but not all the time .I replaced the starter , the ignition switch, i swapped the tipm modual, removed and cleaned all grounds and it still does it . The only thing left is the neutral safety switch but i don't think any power would get to the starter if that was out , also the immobilizer red dot light on the dash does not blink and goes out right away. Any ideas would be great
Thanks Darren

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