I am having the same situation... I recently took the cover off of my relay and held the switch closed and my jeep started.. I have not figured out what is causing it yet. I would love to know if anyone finds out. Thanks firstname.lastname@example.org
Your battery might be dead. Or you may have a faulty starter relay switch
i had similar problem with 99 wrangler and if its the relay its located in the fuse box.
Could be bad glow plugs.
check your crankshaft sensor or the auto shutdown relay
Fuse #5 under the hood is the Auto Shutdown Relay fuse and powertrain control module fuse. If its blown your jeep will not start it will just turn over until the battery dies.
Check the battery cables. If there is no corrosion and you have good connections, then the starter solenoid/relay may be at fault.
Look for a loose or corroded battery cable connection or a faulty starter solenoid/relay switch.
A single click and no crank usually indicates a loose battery cable or a faulty starter relay/solenoid.
solenoid or relay switch
Check wiring at starter Check battery cables for looseness or corrosion "Rap" starter with a hammer to see if brushes are stuck and need replacing Engine seized?
if it does not turn over and no clicking noise but headlights on, check start fuse and relay if it doesnt turn over and clicks probable starter solenoid
Sounds like the starter relay is going out.
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The auto shutdown relay is controlled by the engine computer. You need to find out why it isn't actuating the relay. The first place to start is to check for codes. --->>> A relay is good or faulty, you cannot reset it, just replace it. An 1996 caravan has NOT ASD relay at all!
The starter solenoid/relay switch is going bad. Eventually, it will just click and not start.
Shutdown -1 is not a correct command for shutting down. Open a command line... Start >> Run... >> cmd >> ENTER Then type: shutdown /h (shutdown) shutdown /r (restart) shutdown /l (log off) shutdown /? (more info on shutdown)
Poor battery condition. Loose and/or dirty battery connections. Faulty starter relay. Faulty starter solenoid. Faulty starter.
my jeep wrangler is starting to have a hard time to start in the mornings? my jeep wrangler is starting to have a hard time to start in the mornings?
A single click when you try to start the vehicle usually indicates a corroded/loose battery cable or a faulty starter solenoid/relay switch.
starter, starter relay, battery, high resistance in batter/starter cabels just a few things that will cause this.
the relay or the starter motor is stuffed
There is a loose connection somewhere. Check any fuse or relay boxes, inspect the wires on the back for corrosion or wear.