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If you have no firing issue, this can be caused by a faulty coil pack. If the coil pack is burnt, there will be no current supply to the spark plugs. One good reason why you are not burning fuel.
The coil pack is located inside the engine. Remove the cap where the plug wires are connected. Once you removed the cap you can gain access to the coil pack. Remember, removing the coil pack can be messy for it is connected to the engine. Have it replaced and you'll be good.
Might be your crank sensor, your coil, your distributor or even your ecu. All of those being bad will prevent the jeep from firing. If you do not have a check engine light lighting up on the dash when you turn the key to on, before trying to crank the engine, then it's your ecu which is bad and needs repair.
I don't work on Jeeps, but the Rangers have a power relay for the ignition. You might want to try asking at Autozone or O'reillys if the Jeep has any relays. It might be worthwhile to check the fuse panel to see if something blew that might control 2 or 3 things including the ignition. Hope this helps you.
Do you mean no spark from coil? If so, check crank sensor, distributor pickup (also refered to as cam sensor) and ignition control module (if you have one it is located next to coil). Most common of these is failure of crank sensor. BUT, check before replacing. 'Won't hurt to buy a manual to guide you through testing!