Why won’t my Jeep Wrangler start if there’s no click?

Most of the articles I’ve found about starting problems with the Jeep Wrangler mention a clicking noise, but my car isn’t clicking. Why won’t my Jeep start?

Liz Jenson · Answered on Nov 30, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
If your Jeep Wrangler won’t start and there’s no click coming from your vehicle’s engine, the most likely reason is a dead, dying, or disconnected battery.
Even if the battery of your Jeep is fully functional, it’s likely that the issue you’re experiencing is due to a problem with your car’s electrical system. This might be a corroded battery port, a faulty alternator, or even disconnected battery cables.
Your best bet is to check your vehicle’s battery for any connectivity problems, then try starting your car again. If you still can’t get your Jeep to start, bring your vehicle to a mechanic to get the issue assessed.
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