Join Date: Nov 1999
Location: Huntington Beach, CA
If you have a volt meter check that you have good output from battery. 12.5v or there abouts.
This could also be a bad cable or even a bad started. I just had to replace the started in my Trooper. I was able to jump start it once so I thought my new battery was bad. I returned it and put in another new one. Then I couldn't even jump start it. I put in a starter and no more problems. I guess the one jump start that got me home gave the starter just enough boost for one last effort.
If you have a 5 spd and can push start okay and it runs okay I would suspect the starter or cable. I am concerned about the fried wires from the alt though.
Sold this one now... 95 5 speed 'vert...now with Fluidyne radiator, Pullies, 65mm TB, Bullet 75MAF, WMS Cold Air Induction w/ K&N, PBR 2 piston caliper brake upgrade.
THE 94 HAS BEEN TOTALED 3/19/02...LONG LIVE THE 95!!!
Used to have a:
94gt Convertible w/AODE (OINK!)
JMS Chip, Romac Balancer, Art Carr modified valve body and some internal upgrades, Borla cat-back, FMS 3.73 gears, FMS "B" springs & Tokico non-adjustables, Hotchkis CC plates
In my garage waitin' for heads...Cobra intake, 1.7RR's