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Unread 04-07-2009, 08:23 PM   #1
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Lost tach, speedometer, & gauges

I have a stock 94 YJ with the 2.5 motor & 5 speed transmission. I rode in an area that had just been logged. When I got home my jeep wouldn't crank. I got under the jeep and find the wire on the solenoid pulled off. I replaced the starter, but it wouldn't crank. the battery was fine but the starter wouldn't make a sound. I took it to my mechanic and he found a wire hanging (close to the o2 sensor) comming out of the passenger side of the transmission. He spliced it back together and the jeep cranked. On my way home I realized my tach, speedometer, and other guages weren't working. I went back to my mechanic. He said it must be the wires he spliced. He looked up the part saying it is a transmission jumper. He called a jeep dealer who said it is 94specific and no longer made.
Thoughts or suggestions please.

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