1) Check large fuses and relays in the box near your battery in engine compartment. 2) Jiggle the shifter repeatedly - the shifter and brack interlock switch is notorious for getting worn out and causing problems like this (happens to me evry 3-6 months) 3) Ignition switch cable assembly may be loose, or ignition switch may need to be replaced (let dealer figure this out).
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The other thing that you need is a ground signal.. I believe that is supplied by the switch and the body control module on this model. You may be money ahead to have a reputable repair facility perform the diagnostics needed to keep from "throwing" more parts at it.
check the ballast resistor near the coil. white thing with wires...
run a wire from the +battery to the +coil and test (no more than 30 seconds) if it works, replace the ballast resistor. ballast should have 12v on one side and 7v on the other side with the ignition on.
The gear are failing,you have a internal failure,dealing with the clutch pack,remeber not to drive too far away from home,you will just get towed.shop around for a transmission you are going to need one
Fuel flow. Either simply, a blocked fuel line (debris / filter / fouled gas) or an electronic issue. Ever let this Jeep run bone dry on gas? Hopefully not, as doing so can draw a lot of crud into your fuel lines from the bottom of the tank. Electronically, if part of the Jeep "brain" has gone bad, there may not be any fuel being routed to the engine. This most likely needs a Jeep mechanic to repair.
There is now bus signal to the Insturment cluster I have seen this before. Unplug the Insturment cluster and plug it back in this will reset the computer it should communicate with the Can C bus and should come out of gear. Keep in mind if this works it is only a temporary fix. Hope this helps please rate if it does.
Put a volt meter on the battery itself and take a reading when it is doing that. If charge rate is over 14v the alternator may be working but the output is not being cut down to "useful voltage" You may have a regulator problem.