Join Date: Oct 2011
Location: Cape May/North East
ok i would start by taking a test light and touching all your fuses make sure you have power to both sides, if you still have no power then check the power wire thats going to the fuse block check that for power, if nothing there follow that wire back to the next point of contact. eventually youll find the problem. you have to have power stopping somewhere, if all your power sides have juice running to them, then start checking all your grounds. hook your test light to the power on the battery and check the negative side of the battery (power?) if yes follow the wire down to the next contact point, and keep tracing till you find no ground/power. thats where i would start if i was you. id be safe to say that if you have a good battery and nothing is apparent like a broken wire or something then you more then likely blew a fuse and didnt notice it? trust me its dumb but take a test light and check every single fuse and both sides of it. my jeep didnt start for a few days and come to find out with the test light that i had a blown fuse and couldnt tell cause its a super super small break and couldnt see it
1998 ZJ~~V.r 4~~4.0 with a bunch of fancy stuff that makes it look pretty sitting in the driveway.
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