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It will not even turn over, has power to starter, but no power to ignition fuse next to battery, thought maybe automatic shutdown fuse, but dont know

My jeep will not even turn over, has power to starter, but no power to ignition fuse, has new computer, thought maybe it was the automatic shutdown fuse??? need help

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    my jeep turns over, but ignition coil has no power i already changed the distributer cap and rotor and still will not turn on

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Take a 1/2 drive socket set and put it on the lowest pulley or crank pulley and try turning the engine over by hand to make sure you have not sized the engine.

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