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Old 01-11-2013, 07:51 PM
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commander won't start

my 2007 commander overland will not start. the starter solinoid will engage and all the lights, radio, and windows work just fine. had the battery tested, it was good. it just started this yesterday and what i am reading on other web sites isn't very good, nobody knows what is wrong. does anybody have any thoughts or ideas. i will be checking wires on the starter tomorrow, but after that i am totaly lost. thanks
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:03 PM
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Can you describe it a little more specs, any mods?? Does it actually turn over just not catch?. Also is the CEL light on, any work done lately?
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Old 01-11-2013, 08:28 PM
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Do you have remote start?
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Old 01-12-2013, 01:28 PM
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the starter solinoid will click once and that is it. it is bone stock, i haven't done anything to it yet. the dash lights come on but then go off just like they would if it started. it does have remote start, does not work whe i try that either, does the horn honks once instead of twice and then nothing. also no work done to it since i bought it. my father inlaw has been a city mechanic for 35 years and he is completly lost and has no clue, the dodge dealership is clueless. i am up for anything right now, any suggestions will be tried and appreciated. thanks for the replys
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Old 01-12-2013, 03:48 PM
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i would remove the remote start out of the equation and then if no go remove the starter and bench test it they are easy to test
sure sounds like a bad starter!
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I Second the starter if the solenoid is engaging and your sure you have proper volts than seems like the starter.
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an old trick go under the truck with a hammer and tap a little on the starter case and at the same time have someone try to start it just be careful
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Shorted starter wire

I had the same problem. On the driver side underneath the vehicle locate the starter and there are two wires going into it. Wiggle the large gage wire. Then try to start the vehicle. If that works re-seal that write and clean it off. NOTE: you may want to remove the protective shield underneath its only a few bolts. The problem is caused because the two wires going into the starter is one power and one ground it shorts it self out before it gets to the starter.
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I joined the forum today after researching a similar problem. Unfortunately for me I am not a car guy, so Big'O'Tires gave me the proverbial shaft last month. I had a new battery installed about 5 months ago--and then suddenly my '06 Commander wouldn't start. All of the electrical system worked fine, and eventually the Jeep would start up and run normally, but there was no rhyme or reason to the engine not turning over.

Big'O assured me it was the battery, but a week after the install I was having the same issue--it tends to happen more regularly in really cold temperatures, which we're not used to here in AZ, but I've pretty much determined it is the starter.

Question to all of you who are far wiser than I: What is the price difference between getting the starter replaced and replacing the harness as well?
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Hey Guys Was Just passing by. I'm new to the forum.

I have seen this problem before. and it always gets worse when its cold or the roads are bad.


Check your battery cables and battery and clean both ends of the cables real nice like. take a look at the starter also making sure everything is tidy.

should fix it. In the many experiences i have had with customers experiences the same symptoms it is usually a bad connection On one or all of these areas.

also. because of the power sugeas that bad connections cause it may be required to have your local mechanic reset the adaptive memory so that she will run nice again.
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