Morning everyone, had a quick question about an odd electrical problem my 97 Grand Cherokee seems to be having. Also I posted a video link below which shows the problem I'm encountering. I apologize about the position of the camera at the time, I forgot to change orientation before uploading it.
I started out this morning like any other just fine, but after I pulled out of my driveway, all the lights on the instrument cluster, and dash period, went out. Shortly after they went out, the engine then died and was barely puttering along borderline of being dead in the middle of the road. It started to putter back to life and started to run fine again after the lights came back on. I maybe drove about a quarter of a mile down the road and it did the same thing again, but this time actually died completely causing me to have to put it in park and try to start it again. The only way I was actually able to get it back home was by constantly pumping the gas pedal. Half way back home again it started to putter like before, but this time (as shown in the video) it started flashing most if not all the lights on the instrument cluster and a bunch of relays rapidly clicking could be audibly heard coming from the passenger side panel. It continued this until I managed to get back up the driveway at my house, then when I attempted to turn it off with the key, it continued to run after the key was removed from the ignition switch.
Before anyone says anything about my gas gauge, I filled it up last night before coming home from a family member's home. I'm currently awaiting 5 relays (which should be here tomorrow) to replace the most important ones in the engine compartment fuse box, as yesterday I had to switch out a working one with the ASD relay cause it had died completely. After doing some troubleshooting in my head, I kind of have a few ideas what this possibly could be, but at the same time I wanted to post here and see if anyone else had any ideas or possible solutions to the problem.
My ideas where either possible PCM issue or Ignition Switch at the moment. I've already checked all the fuses to make sure they were fine and they are, so I'm ruling the fuses out as being culprits.