I have a 1995 jeep grand cherokee limited. When you let the jeep sit overnight and you try to start the jeep it tries to start then quits and a loud clicking noises comes from the jeep somewhere (cant tell where the click is too loud to tell in the engine bay). after it starts the loud clicking the alarm goes off. if you cut the alarm off and hook jumper cables to the jeep it starts fine. Tested both alternator and the battery and both tested good. no lights are being left on at all not even the light under the hood or anything. Please help.
Your batt could be old and unable to keep the charge well. Happened to me, only my lasted 2 days. 3rd day I had to turn her on, otherwise she wouldn't crank without jumper cables. Replaced batt and all is well. The simplest test is what phitmein said, fully charge batt, disconnect (-) cable overnight or better two, and then see if it cranks. If not, the batt is goodbye. If it does, then ratmonkey's way - multimeter out & see who's missing the bedtime...
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I had the same issue, I had to ground out my alarm system in my 1995 to stop te drain.
My alarm would go off randomly in the middle of the night for no reason at all.
Even when it didn't it would drain over night for no reason.
It went through 2 brand new batteries in 1 month and an alternator so that's when I said F-it and grounded the alarm. Only thing that seemed plausible.
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So ghost has a plug in his hole and opihi has a gaping hole, Do I need to worry about this hole at all? I just don't want to start her up and have something spewing out of it.
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