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1989 jeep starts slow and not at all?

I have a 1989 jeep wrangler tha starts very slow and sometimes not at all. new bat,alt, alt belt,starter,coil still the same?

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    Bypass ignition control module on 1989 jeep wrangler

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    after changing the starter on my 2002 jeep wrangler my new one is making a steady clicking noise

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Are you talking about a slow crank or not starting right away?

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I have a 1989 4.0L tbi and was having the same problem. I went on ebay and found Motorcraft carburetor that a guy out of Colorado has come up with to replace that nasty old Carter carburetor that comes with that model Jeep. It gets rid of all those emission system hoses and parts that cause so much problem and narrows it down to just a few hoses. It will still pass emissions tests with no problem. It also increases horsepower and fuel mileage. I'm not real good at auto work, but the guy selling the carburetor has good instructions that he ships with the Motorcraft and will not hesitate to help over the phone. He even offered to help in person if I lived in Colorado. Hopefully this helps.

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