Question about 1989 Jeep Comanche
It sounds as if you have it lined up,spun the crank to tdc and verified the intake valve on 1 opened prior to hitting TDC,did you crank the motor alot?Possibly try pulling all the spark plugs and allow any fuel in the cylinders and on the plugs to evaporate.Gasoline conducts electricity and if there is liquid fuel on the plugs they wont allow them to arc fully if at all.If you want to speed it up pull the distributor(mark its placement)this will keep the injectors from firing,and crank the motor.The compression will force alot of the raw fuel out.I have personally used this technique with great results.Rate this only if it helps.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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