Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: East of the River
From personal experience I'd look into the no start issue in this order:
You said you checked the battery, and it's fine. So first thing would be to disconnect the battery cables, and clean both the battery posts and the wire clamps. Sometimes it's as simple as that, I've had 3 vehicles in the last 2 years not start from mild corrosion build up on the battery cables/posts.
Check the ignition actuator. Is it intact, chipped or broken?
Replace the ignition switch. I've had to replace the actuator once, and the switch twice on my '02 TJ.
Finally, check/jump the starter. I had to replace mine just last year.
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Ol' Yeller TJ
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