i am sorry I do not know where they are but that is a common on a wide range of dodge chrysler jeep vehicles a ground vibrates loose.
Good info....... Hope you find the issue soon with your Jeep...I did some more checking and ground cleaning today on the jeep. I did find something odd when testing continuity on the alt wires. I checked one wire in the two wire plug (that plugs into the alt.) to ground on battery and got nothing. When I checked the other that is green/brown I got nothing. When I read from alt housing to ground I get beep (continuity).
When I read from tab on alt. (the green/brown hooks up here) I get continuity to ground.
So what I have found is that the green/brown should be ground and the other is the line that goes to the computer. as stated in my previous post about the auto zone manual I found the charging system diagram in. so if the alt was on a test stand that doesn’t have a case ground and is grounding via the plug (that may have and issue like short to housing) that is why they keep telling me no output.
Just passing on information as I come up with it.
Will put new alt in once it is delivered and check old one more time at 3rd rebuild shop.
"Last seenRoadrunner: Did you ever resolve everything here? Just today, I have both inoperable turn signal controls, no headlight controls (perm on), as well as the wiper stalk functions don't work.
There are no dash warning/error lights, airbag light is off as expected. Other research I've seen suggests faulty signal relay, however I've lost functionality on BOTH control stalks. I'm still looking around for similar threads, but this one looks closest thus far.
Any pointers? Other posts? How did this story end for you? Thanks anybody!
I had the clockspring replaced by the dealer 9 months ago due to the airbag light coming on when the wheel was in certain positions, but as you guys mention, this seems to be unrelated...maybe?
2010 SRT8, 110k miles.