Part Two. We begin this section with me, tired, hot and soaked through and through with water that's leaking out of the cooling system. How's that for a start? I decide that this is as good a time as any to see if I can get the starter to turn over the engine. Hook up the new battery to the new cables. Open the door and turn the key in the new switch. And I get... Windshield wipers. Whacking back and forth. Beating a drum rhythm sorta like Todd Rundgren talks about. Not what I bargained for. Frickin' switch is unlabeled after all these years, and it is pretty much stuck. One twist from a set of pliers and the wipers cease their motion. At least *something* in this cursed mail jeep works! Then I move the switch to "start" and... the whole switch module turns in the dashboard. I need to come up with some sort of washer for the back end so that it will sit and not rotate in the opening. The front bezel just doesn't clamp tight enough to keep the whole thing stationary. Hand under the dash to hold it in place, key to start and I get <click>. Not even a loud click. Just a sorta <click> that you'd miss if you were not paying attention. By now, I am ready to call it a freakin' day. But I refuse to be bested by a USPS cast-off. Try other things. Yeah, the wipers work. I can't get the hazard switch to move, and the turn signals are inoperable. I do have headlights, though. So I know that some power is running. For some stupid reason, maybe it is because I am already wet, I ask myself if maybe the engine got water in it, and now it won't turn? In defeat, I release the fan belt, pull out the 3/4 inch socket, snap it on the big breaker bar and try to hand-turn-over the engine. And it barely moves. Huh? Wha? Oh, lordy, no! This cannot be happening! Not to me, especially after such a wonderful day! Think! No, harder than that! And be positive, for goodness sake! Maybe I am trying to compress water. Cure is to pull out all of the spark plugs and see what's going on. One through six, each plug is removed. They're clean and dry. Heck, they've never been used! It also probably tells me that the water leak may not be from a head gasket (letting the water seep into the cylinders). With all of the plugs out, I try again to turn the engine over by hand. Yup, she moves easily - no hesitation and no sticky points. Maybe this means I have good compression or something. And I probably need to diagnose the stupid starter next. Or maybe the transmission neutral/park safety switch. Perhaps I will just get a remote start thingie and screw the safety interlocks for now. No matter the case, I have now formally had it. If there is light to be seen at the end of the tunnel, it is from somebody else's jeep. I go home, take a cold shower, guzzle more than my fair share of Mexican Coca-Cola, and try to put today behind me. After dinner, I steel myself up again and brave the machine that sat there mocking me earlier. I took the brand new battery home and put it on a charger. Wouldn't you know it? The date on the battery is 3/2019, and it's holding less than 25% charge. Tonight, it's juicing up. I suspect that maybe my electrical problem was 100% due to a battery with low charge. We'll have to see what tomorrow morning brings and what a slow overnight charge will do to this new battery. Every day, another challenge.