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    jeep electrical problems

    back again lol car wont shift rite(auto trans)and my gadges keep going crazy.....heres the catch..when i hit my remote gain an start bassin i get my gadges back and my tranny shifts fine....kinda think i got a major issue at hand any input



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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    bump for a pos jeep



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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    LOL. You post and bump the post in the span of one minute. Intermittent electrical problems like the one you describe may be from a bad ground.



    Stupid questions make more sense than stupid mistakes!

    It is best to remain silent and be thought of as stupid, rather than opening your mouth and removing all possible doubt!

    Quote Originally Posted by Twistid View Post
    Try taking the positive wire from your battery and run it to the engine block, see if that should fix things...
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulD View Post
    THE FUSE AT OR NEAR THE AMP PROTECTS THE AMP. WIRES DO NOT NEED "PROTECTING" WITH A FUSE SINCE THEY ARE NOT POWER PRODUCING DEVICES.
    Quote Originally Posted by shake this View Post
    Which one sounds better (short small diameter or long large diameter)?

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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    LOL. You post and bump the post in the span of one minute. Intermittent electrical problems like the one you describe may be from a bad ground.



    Stupid questions make more sense than stupid mistakes!

    It is best to remain silent and be thought of as stupid, rather than opening your mouth and removing all possible doubt!

    Quote Originally Posted by Twistid View Post
    Try taking the positive wire from your battery and run it to the engine block, see if that should fix things...
    Quote Originally Posted by PaulD View Post
    THE FUSE AT OR NEAR THE AMP PROTECTS THE AMP. WIRES DO NOT NEED "PROTECTING" WITH A FUSE SINCE THEY ARE NOT POWER PRODUCING DEVICES.
    Quote Originally Posted by shake this View Post
    Which one sounds better (short small diameter or long large diameter)?

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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    i had a feeling....would it be the amp or sumthin else



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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    but what would turning my amp up have to do with this....possiby a wire loose?



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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    I dont know what it is but I have a Jeep too and they just ****ing **** lol




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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    Quote Originally Posted by blaze383 View Post
    I dont know what it is but I have a Jeep too and they just ****ing **** lol

    lol



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    Re: jeep electrical problems

    Quote Originally Posted by blaze383 View Post
    I dont know what it is but I have a Jeep too and they just ****ing **** lol
    Never have a problem with either of mine. I guess its all in the owners hands. I keep up with my jeep.


    Any ways. Id check for loose ground wires on the body and motor area. Were is your ground for the amp. Up front or in the back. Also have you played with any grounds up in the engine area. Id start checking grounds. Sounds like when the bass hits it shakes enough to get good contact.




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