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New control module and coil still no spark - 1998 Jeep Cherokee

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  • blr321zero Mar 13, 2009

    car was fine shut opff would not restart no spark at plugs, no spark from coil pack has fuel so replaced coil pack still no spark

  • blr321zero Mar 13, 2009

    thank you

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    do you have injector pulse ?if not replace the crank sensor

  • Greg Bernett
    Greg Bernett May 11, 2010

    What has happened up to this point to make you replace the coil pack?

  • mike loshbough
    mike loshbough May 11, 2010

    did you put in a crank sensor

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Crank sensor. im almost positive, on the driver side under neath your car on the bellhousing of the transmission is a sensor, first try unpluging and pluging the sensor,, most times it will start working, if it dosent youll need a new one. its a total do it yourself job. its only two bolts and a connection

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