No turn over in cold weather.
Im still confused on what is actually wrong, so i will give you all a quick rundown of everything thats happened. First off, during the course of all this, its been about 0-15 degrees F out only. So the jeep started fine completely cold after sitting, drove it 10 mins into town, shut it off for a minute, went to start it back up and it wouldnt turn over. Thought it was the NSS cause sometimes i just throw it in neutral, that was a no go too. We tried starting it jumping off another car, still no turn over. Left it there for the night, came back in the morning, it fired right up. It fired fine a few times that day, then later that night again, took it to the store and came out, tried to start it, and nothing. We towed it home, i got it in the garage, and i was assuming neutral safety switch, that tested out fine at the connecter checking continuity when in park/neutral. At this point it wouldnt start, and my battery was at 11.8 volts so i decided to throw it on the charger. Charged it for a bit then it started to turn over, but would only start and stay running if i was easing on the gas pedal for a bit. After running it with the gas pedal it stayed running for a while. Shut it off, went to start it again, not turning over. My only idea is that the starter is going? Or something with the charging system?
/ Black 96 XJ / Custom Cold Air Intake / MTX Audio / Flowmaster 40 Series / 2" Rough Country Lift / 31x10.5 BFG All Terrains / Night-shaded Lights/