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93 wrangler 2.5 engine turns over but no spark.

I can jump awire from battery to coil and it will start

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  • robert greslick Jul 09, 2012

    engine light is on and it doesnt start up easily. if i remove jumper wire it will not start. relays and fuses are ok. i changed cam sensor in distribitor did not help.

  • robert greslick Jul 09, 2012

    auto shutdown is working when i turn ignition but no power to coil

  • robert greslick Jul 09, 2012

    02 sensor is unhooked but is has been for along time. i also had a electric fan hooked up and i had it wired to the coil. when i turned ignition on the fan was on it worked fine . dont know if these have anything to do with problem

  • robert greslick Jul 11, 2012

    i have replaced icm and crank sensor and
    still wont start. going to check ignition switch tnight

  • robert greslick Jul 16, 2012

    fixed. had a bad wire

  • ernesto cuadra
    ernesto cuadra Jul 16, 2012

    o.k great.

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1) see the system attached.
2) follow the steps in the flow chart attached.
God bless you
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    ernesto cuadra Jul 11, 2012

    follow the chart and proceed. God bless you

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In order to Determine if it IS in FACT the Starter, you need to Use a TEST LIGHT at the STARTER TRIGGER Terminal on the STARTER this is the Terminal that gets Positive Volts from the Ignition Switch >>when it is in the START Position, ((the smaller terminal on Starter))> if you DO have POWER at this Terminal when key is Turned to START Position, then it IS a STARTER FAILURE . You Should Also Check the Available Voltage at the MAIN POSITIVE POWER Terminal< (From Battery Cable) to be SURE you have Proper Volts there. This is ALL ASSUMING that Your GROUNDS ARE GOOD and ALL MAIN BATTERY TERMINALS ARE CLEAN.

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SOURCE: 98 jeep wrangler wont start. no spark from coil.

there is only two things left. the crank sensor that is located at the top of the transmission bellhousing or the pick up inside of the dist. it is that black plate that sits between the cap and the dist housing. hope that helps.

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I would start by checking all the fuses and relays under the hood , you can have one or more fuse or relay disconected or loose from the big bump
also go threw chack all electral conections, one or more might have come loose
it would be a good idea to go threw all fuses and conections unplug and plug back in.
Let me know if we need to dig deeper into it but i think you will find a loose conection

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SOURCE: 1988 Jeep Wrangler starting problems. I replaced

you are saying it is getting spark, and fuel, right? If it is getting spark, and fuel in to the throttle body, check compression-make sure the Mass Air Flow sensor is plugged in, and double check your spark-you say you replaced all those ignition items, but do not say that you have spark.

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