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Unread 09-03-2011, 10:06 AM   #1
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Emergency fuel shut off switch located?

Hoping for some quick answers here please

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Unread 09-03-2011, 10:07 AM   #2
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there isn't one on the grands
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Thanks for the quick response

My grand is clicking when I turn the key but not turning over. I've put gas in but that's not the problem.
Any thoughts to what's the problem?
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Thanks for the quick response

My grand is clicking when I turn the key but not turning over. I've put gas in but that's not the problem.
Any thoughts to what's the problem?
Battery terminals or flat batter !
The battery terminals need to be very clean and make tight connection to battery poles.

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yeah sounds like a dead battery, could be a failed battery, bad terminals or a bad ground. all are common on grands.
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I can use the radio, lights, and everything else electrical so that's why I think it's not the battery
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because those are all pretty low draw, it takes a lot amperage to pull the starter solenoid closed and engage the starter. Clicking when you turn the key is very indicative a bad battery or bad connections. Easiest thing is to see if you can jump start it and then take it to autozone or any other parts store and have them check the battery and alternator, most do it free,
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my 2000 jeep grand Cherokee turns over has spark and fuel pressure no injector pulse changed the crank and cam sensors any idea why no injector pulse
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my 2000 jeep grand Cherokee turns over has spark and fuel pressure no injector pulse changed the crank and cam sensors any idea why no injector pulse
Which engine?

Also, if you have spark, then spray a bit of starting fluid in the throttle body and see if it fires up. If it does then you know for sure that you have a fuel system issue.
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