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Not starting My 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee won't start and have checked the fuel pump and have replace the Coil and checked timing also. What else am I missing that needs to be checked.

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Most likely you have a bad crank position sensor .

Posted on Apr 16, 2009

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My 1995 grand cherokee takes a lot to start. turns over fine, but won't fire. checked fuel rail, no pressure. after trying 15 times or so, it will start and run just fine. starts right back up unl


Your Jeep has what's known as the delayed start, no check engine light problem. The Jeep will not start until the check engine light comes on, on the dashboard. Next time it cranks but will not start, look at the dashboard to see if the check engine light is illuminated. If it's not lit up, then your Jeep does have that problem and your Jeep ecu is in need of repair or replacement. There are components inside the ecu that are going bad and will continue to get worse, eventually leading to a permanent no start condition. There are ecu repair services and replacement ecus on ebay.

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I replaced my distributor cap and pickup coil on my 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee 5.2 and note it won't start as if its not getting enough fuel whereas before it would start fine. Any thoughts?


If only happened after fitting new parts, then must be electrical fault.
Make sure you connected the coil corectly, and that the cap is fitted right. Didn't leave out the rotor button?? Also make sure the coil is correct one for your vehicle.

Jul 23, 2012 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Have to turn the ignition on and off several times to get the fuel pump working


Your Jeep ecu is in need of repair. Your jeep is having a common problem known as the "Delayed check engine light" starting problem. Next time you try starting the jeep and it the fuel pump won't prime, look at the dash.....the check engine light is not on and the fuel pump will not come on until the check engine light eventually come on, on the dash. Have it repaired and it will eliminate the delayed check engine light start problem.

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How to remove a fuel pump from a 1995 jeep grand cherokee jeep will start and then die quikly


BRING DOWN THE FUEL TANK.. ITS VERY EASY TO CHANGE THE HARD WORK IS TO BRING THE TANK DOWN... CHECK FUEL PRESSURE FIRST.. COULD BE DIRTY FILTER

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since the computer is only supposed to send fuel and spark signals in reaction to input info, unless a wire in the harness is either grounding or crossing into an output wire, i'd think it's safe to assume the computer is doing that internally. Another reason is that if it were a wiring problem, pretty likely it would not run well after you did get it started.
The only thing I'd do aside from replacing the computer is to unplug all the sensors one by one while it is acting up, to get an idea about wether the errant signal is coming from a sensor or internally.
Likely you can get another computer from a scrapyard.for lots less than a new one. Since this is a "guess" repair, you may want to try that.

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I have a jeep grand cherokee will turn over but wont run


I suspect the crankshaft position sensor, giving the info you provided.

Jun 13, 2010 | 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Jeep grand cherokee 95 fuel pump takes long time to start ,


First install a fuel pressure tester on the fuel rail and check the pressure during crank. It should be about 30 psi.If the pressure is not good then it could be a bad fuel pump relay or fuel pump itself (in the tank).
If the fuel pump pressure is good then you could have a bad crank sensor.

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