Where is the separate auto stop/start battery located on a 2019 Jeep Cherokee Latitude 4X4?
Does anyone know where the separate auto/stop battery is located on a 2019 jeep Cherokee Latitude 4X4?
My 5 month old jeep won't start and jumping it didn't work. Nothing happens, no clicking or noise of any type when I push the start button The remote start doesn't work either. The headlights and interior lights work fine. The auto-lift trunk hatch does not work.
I called the dealer and he thinks it might be the separate battery for the auto stop/start that is the culprit but he wasn't sure where that separate battery is located in the new 2019 models. I did not see it behind the passenger seat like I've seen on youtube for previous year models.
I guess there isn't a second battery on the regular Cherokee, just the Grand Cherokee has that. Any ideas on what my problem could be?
Most of them.have been bad battery. Sit in the car, with doors closed and try to remote start. It should tell you why it can't.
I have a 2015 Cherokee and was told it's next to the main battery would think it would be similar in a 2019
There is a second battery for the accessories, or start/stop system on all jeeps from 2016 and up. Im at dealer now with same issue. Bad design by Chrysler on this stupid ESS System, which in the long run going to cost us more $ changing out these batteries.
Battery under the front passenger seat