The one I am talking about is in the fuse box next to the battery. You can remove the cover of the relay itself and push it in, which causes the jeep to crank.
I will look at the relay you are talking about and let you know.
To me that says one or both of the connections on the relay coil are bad. When you press it in manually it cranks. So the start relay on the firewall in the engine compartment is good. Your problem is with the realy you push in to crank it.
Identify which pins on the relay are for the coil.
Remove the relay. Put a volt meter in the sockets where those relay coil pins go.
*I am unaware of the relay your talking about about. But if you cannot simply remove it leave it there and take your measurements from the coil. You will get the same results.
Turn the key to start. You should see 12 volts dc there. If not put one of your probes from the meter on a grounded metal part of the jeep.
Then with the other probe put it in one of the coil sockets. Turn the key to start. If you get 12vdc then you have a bad ground. If not try the other socket. If you get 12vdc there you have a bad ground.
If you do not get 12vdc at either pin with the this technique the wire supplying the 12vdc is not supplying it. Your problem is further up the line.
Good news is that there's not that much more it could be then.
Do these steps exactly and let us know what you find out.
Hope this helps.
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