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  1. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    This is great to know. Thank you. Let the new days of fun begin!
  2. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Understood. Will do that! By the way, I've tried their online demo section and the site throws 'Not Found" error left and right once I've selected my vehicle and the engine type. I've also tried it with the Internet Explorer they require (who the hell still does this in 2021???) - the same...
  3. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Thank you, sir. You one of the few who makes the most sense to me. Do you think TechAuthority will have 2021 materials? When I look at their "Service manuals" section, the latest listed is 2020. Perhaps most of it still applies or will online subscription give me access to 2021? Sorry, never...
  4. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Good point. I thought that too, but that’s the clutch interlock switch in the picture I had probed, but the rep clearly referred to the 3-wire clutch pedal position sensor which is a different device sitting inside the cabin. I’ve specifically asked the service rep which one they were talking...
  5. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Yes, bought it brand new from the factory back in October 2020. I’ve asked for the pics, but the rep said the mechanic was already gone for the day and the car is prepared to be picked up. I’ll ask for the pics again when I am there tomorrow morning.
  6. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Just heard back from the dealership. They said they think a whole circuit leading to the pedal sensor was missing and that the sensor connector was not original and was rewired by someone else. Therefore, this would not be covered by the warranty and they would want $900 just to restore that...
  7. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Don’t know yet. 🤷🏼 Still waiting on the update from my dealership.
  8. Official: Jeep Wrangler 392 LAUNCH EDITION Starts at $73,500 Base Price. Build & Price Now Up

    This is odd. I’ve just installed the Mopar 2” lift on my 2021 JLUR and I gained on average ~3.5” over stock Rubicon. I’d expect 392 with the same Mopar lift to be pretty close to that.
  9. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Yes, turned it in yesterday. Just waiting for the call from the dealership. I'll update once I hear back.
  10. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Thank you for sharing. Hope your issue has been resolved and the Jeep works perfectly now. Since you say you had to push the brake pedal really hard to make it start it could be a faulty brake pedal sensor. I believe I’ve read about it in one of the other posts.
  11. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Yes, this is a known infamous issue with the new JLs. Something I've also done during very early diagnostic stage. Unfortunately, this didn't fix it for me.
  12. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Thank you very much for your detail reply. I will re-read it again tomorrow morning and try to digest it. I am more in a learning mode right now and will not be doing anything crazy. I may just check physical connections like you said and study the wiring diagrams for my own education (that...
  13. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    My OBD2 MX+ sensor has just arrived. I've paired it with the JScan app and this is what it's reporting - P0808 (clutch position sensor "a" circuit high). Common repairs for this code from https://www.obd-codes.com/p0808: Cleaning corrosion from connectors Repairing or replacing faulty wiring...
  14. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    These are the new measurements (thank you @NBB) with the start button in “Run” position: P2 - clutch interlock signal on connector pin 2 P3 - sensor ground on connector pin 3 Grnd - main battery (-) terminal With clutch released P2->P3 = 4.8V / OL P2->Grnd = 4.7V / OL P3->Grnd = 0V / 13.6...
  15. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Sounds like you are an ethical and an honest man. I wish we were neighbors. Let you guys know how it all goes this time and what the fix is.
  16. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Thank you for your input and a valid point. Like I've mentioned in one of my earlier posts, I already have a dealership appointment this Thursday (4 days away). In the meantime, I was trying to see if this was a simple fix that I could do myself (like a loose connection, a faulty sensor, etc.)...
  17. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Yes. And the start button is in Run position. I’ve attached the picture showing the needles. I think you are right. Looks like I’ve picked false ground. I was measuring against a piece of nearby metal bracket that looked like connected to the body frame. This time I measured against main...
  18. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    This is what I’ve measured when the start button is in “Run” position: P2 - clutch interlock signal on connector pin 2 P3 - sensor ground on connector pin 3 Grnd - vehicle body ground With clutch released P2->P3 = 4.77V / OL (Open Line) P2->Grnd = 0V / OL P3->Grnd = 0V / 180 kOhm With...
  19. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Are we talking about the same clutch interlock switch as in the pics? If we are, then I did the following assuming I am testing a basic on/off switch: I disconnected the switch connector I checked the two pins on the mail connector and the circuit was open. I then depressed the clutch and the...
  20. 2021 JLUR (manual, 3.6L ESS) Won't Start

    Yeah, I’m gonna leave it as is. I enjoy learning my Jeep internals, but to a certain point. 😁 I am gonna wait for my OBD2 scanner tool and try to read codes next. Thank for holding me back from doing something stupid. Appreciate it. 🙏🏻 As far as the clutch interlock switch goes, I’ve already...



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