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There is no power going to the coil of my 1996 jeep cherokee sports

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There is not suppose to be steady power to the coil

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I believe you are on the right track. E.C.U. or relay.

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My 1996 jeep cherokee sports is turning over but not starting. No voltage to input side of coil. ASD relay seems fine, crankshaft position sensor??


The CPS is one of the first places to start, but remember that the signal goes thru the ECM first, which ultimately supplies power to the coil, I've had to replace the ECM on my 96 Grand Cherokee 4.0 3 times. The dealer wanted to replace the crack and cam sensors, but it was only the computer that was bad.  Sorry I cant give you any definitive answers but I did get it to turn over when I hit the computer with a wrench!

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No power going to the coil of my 1996 jeep cherokee sports


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