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1996 Jeep cherokee no power to distributer and will not start, any way you can help?

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  • steveoknievo Dec 17, 2008

    No power with the use of a test light

  • Howard Lester May 11, 2010

    When you say no power do you actually mean that you used a voltmeter or test light to check the terminals at the distributor for voltage,or, do you mean that there is no power in reference to spark?

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Check ignition/ engine control fuse. Good Luck

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