Jeep will not start after replacing rear rotors and pads

jeep
cherokee
batteries

#1

I have a 95 jeep grand Cherokee.

I replaced the rear rotors and pads.

Now the jeep will not start. Is it the abs system?

The switch by the brake reservoir was disconnected/broke

Rewired and nothing changed, still will not start does even try to turn over.


#2

A “no-crank” situation is not related to brake work. Did you leave the key on (draining the battery) when you were doing the brake work?


#3

This is either coincidence or–as oldschool stated–the result of draining the battery while working on the brakes.


#4

Get jump start. Be happy!


#5

That was my first thought too.
Put a charger on it and battery is good.
The charger build it up to full strength.


#6

If the battery is up and the car has an automatic transmission maybe the neutral safety switch is on the fritz.


#7

I was just checking the jeep again.
This is what I have noticed, that when I hold the key forward to start the ABS and parking brake light stay on.
When I push the button to change from park to natural I hear a click noise under the steering wheel


#8

OK problem solved.
I guess the starter had a bad ground wire.
I took the start and solenoid out. bench tested it twice everything work.
reinstalled and the jeep started right up.
Duh

Thanks for you help