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1988 jeep will not start put new module and pick up in the distributor no fire 6 cyl jeep wrangler please help

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  • shipdaddy194 Jan 30, 2009

    thank you but no fire to coil

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Check your spark plugs. Without good spark plugs the ignition won't ignite. Just go look for Jeep spark plugs at like AutoZone and they are real cheap. To change them you will need a long socket wrench to twist them out and change each one.

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  • Aron Jan 30, 2009

    Lol, I'm sorry.

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