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Take it back to the shop that did the engine overhaul. No compression at all? They did something very wrong. Does the distributor shaft and rotor turn when cranking the engine? Are you sure your compression tester is working and hasn't failed? Is it possible they got the timing for the crank and camshaft all wrong? Take it back to them and demand they fix it, if it truly has no compression. It will never start without compression.
you will also possibly require a diffrent wiper motor as well as the switch assy. Call Jeep and see if the motor too is different, also the wiring harness(might be a project), and you may need to remove the steering wheel on the jeep to access the switch.....not sure on the 1995
When most parts stores check a starter they only check the motor itself. sounds like the bendix drive is failing (it's essentially a one way sprague) . When it fails the motor itself spins but the drive won't turn the engine. Most parts stores can order one for you but it's generally cheaper to get a used one from a scrapyard. Other option is a rebuilt unit.