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So..... my 2010 will loose all accessory power for like 2 seconds at a time. Sometimes 4 or 5 times in a row, the drive 10 miles and it does it again. This week it did it about 30 times in a row. So what happens is all accessories will die, radio, gauges, signaling devices, and such. When the power returns after 2 seconds the wipers come on and the headlights come on for just a few seconds like your starting the vehicle. So I am stumped. Beginning to think that it only does it when I have my doors connected. All summer while I had the doors off it never did it. This is a speratic condition ad is rare but not to rare of occurrence. Very annoying and embarrassing to say the least.
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So..... my 2010 will loose all accessory power for like 2 seconds at a time. Sometimes 4 or 5 times in a row, the drive 10 miles and it does it again. This week it did it about 30 times in a row. So what happens is all accessories will die, radio, gauges, signaling devices, and such. When the power returns after 2 seconds the wipers come on and the headlights come on for just a few seconds like your starting the vehicle. So I am stumped. Beginning to think that it only does it when I have my doors connected. All summer while I had the doors off it never did it. This is a speratic condition ad is rare but not to rare of occurrence. Very annoying and embarrassing to say the least.
I would start by making sure the battery connections are tight and checking all the grounds. Could be something must more difficult to find, but start easy.
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re: 2010 accessory power lose

out of curiosity, what year was the Jeep's factory battery replaced & what brand are you running?

I would check a known good battery, even if you " are sure this one is good" ; i have had my '11 do that when I had both a crappy, stock battery terminal clamps AND when I had a hairline crack- invisible to naked eye- around the negtive battery terminal post. IOWS, this has battery quality/clamps-to leads written all over it.






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