Code 24 and 25- 1995 not starting
Hi everyone, today I drove my 1995 yj and had no problems. I just went outside to bring it in and it wont start. Lights, heat, ect. will start but it wont turn over. Ran the codes and I'm getting 12, 33, 24, 25. I know I don't have to worry about 12 and 33 but does anyone have any idea what I need to do? Thanks!
How old is your battery?
Have you tried jumping it?
Have you tried jumping it?
93 YJ SOA 2" springs front, XJ springs rear w/main leaf added, High pinon 9 inch rear detroit locker front Dana 44 ARB 4.56 Gears, 36 inch Irok tires too much to list. www.mijc.org
Battery is new. I put in a new starter but still nothing. Temporarily I have a sort of push start button connected to the starter to bypass the ignition, but without that the key won't crank it. Also I have noticed my turn signal fuses keep blowing... Short?
Also I disconnected the cables and have driven it around and I checked the codes and I'm only getting 12, 24, 33, 55 now. I don't know why 25 is gone... The O2 sensor doesn't look harmed, at least from a visual perspective.
my under dash harness looks like a rat nest from the PO, I ordered a "new" one (no splices) and I'm going to replace it. Maybe that will do something, otherwise at least I don't have wires hanging down...
Originally Posted by idaholtby View Post
of following wires from the pdc to the pcm and there to where ever the wire ended after hours of wiring diagrams and the curcuit testing later i found the emissions o2 sensor saw the wires tapped it up poped another fuse in and its ran fine since then the cps will do the same it will kill power to the distributer and it can make gauges malfuntion so the parts store said...i got that before i did all the work so it has a new cps that it didnt need and one more thing models around that year and older have been known for the pcm harnesses becoming worn and loose they will stall out some times when taking turns or when you hit a bump. it will crank back and sometimes it doesn't.wiggle the pcm harnesses when its trying to crank but will not start my 89 wouldnt crank sometimes unless i hit the purge valve on the fuel rail also let you know if i think of anything else
Would you really say the engine bay wiring? My gut is telling me it has something to do with that spaghetti under my dash. Can I ask what makes you think it would be in the engine bay? Also is there anything else from a diagnostic perspective I could tell you to give you a better idea? I am still running with a push button attached to my starter to bypass the ignition switch.
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