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Electrical Gremlins!!!!!

So both my battery and my alternator both went out on my 07 jeep jk...I thought? I replaced both of them and now I am getting all kinds of electrical trouble. When I am driving my cluster goes nuts...speedo and tach both start bouncing and every possible engine light comes on. I checked this with my Hypertech programmer and I got the following code. P0000, U0001, P30D1, P1330, U1403, B30D1, P0CB0, U110E. Please I need some help.
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post #2 of 14 Old 07-11-2010, 08:49 PM Thread Starter
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also my sway bar disconnect light is blinking and pressing the button to lock/unlock the sway bar does nothing.
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post #3 of 14 Old 07-11-2010, 10:40 PM
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Hasen't happened to me so I'm talking out my ass here a little bit. But I've read others post that the swaybo-disko has caused issues like this.

PM BODYGUY - he has written about this issue and may be able to help.

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Thanks for the help man...it is funny I joined a year ago but never really get on here so i am still a newbie to the fourm...Thanks again
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Try disconnecting the harness going to the sway bar. See if that changes anything. When I get home I'll look for my post with all the trouble codes.


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I disconnected the harness going to the swaybar disconnect and water started pouring out and the connector was fried. I think this is going to eliminate some of the problems but I will keep you updated. Thanks for all your help.
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I disconnected the harness going to the swaybar disconnect and water started pouring out and the connector was fried. I think this is going to eliminate some of the problems but I will keep you updated. Thanks for all your help.
It's crazy what can be effected by that circuit. Disconnect your battery for a couple of minutes and then reconnect it start it up and see how it is. That will erase any short term memory


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I had same trouble and disconnecting sway bar connector solved it


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haha someone needs to tell jeep about this problem...does anyone know how much a new connector is and possibly a new disconnect motor/solenoid or what ever it is called is? I'm too scared to call the dealership...lol
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HA! - Thanks bodyguy I knew that you had the fix for this

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haha someone needs to tell jeep about this problem...does anyone know how much a new connector is and possibly a new disconnect motor/solenoid or what ever it is called is? I'm too scared to call the dealership...lol
its not the connector, its the moisture that gets in the connector and in the sway bar motor circuit board.


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Well I know it is the moister that it the problem, it is just that the moister that got into my connector shorted it out and the plastic melted. I am still not sure if the disconnect actuator is fried or not but I called the dealership and a new actuator is $1600. They also said that I would have to bring it in to get the connector fixed....sounds like they are going to look for more problems to suck some more $$$ out of me. But for now I have it running good so I guess I will do without full flex for a while. Thanks again every one for your help. Especially to Bodyguy and TEXASKEV for the referral.
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just save yourself the big bill and buy a quick disconect or a currie antirock if you dont fell like disconect it each time,down the line you wont regret it.
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So I had the same problem! And pulled the plug off and it was fried! I am not going to the dealer and I have quick discos! But what did y guys do w the open plug did u connect it back in or cut it off or what so the problem dosnt happen again?

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