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94 jeep 5.2l no fire on some of the plugs - 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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One of the coil packs is bad or the ignition driver module.you may even have a bad lead wire..swap a couple leads,be careful not to mix them up and see if the spark moves to a different plug.
the tach pulse that drives the ignition module is generated by the distributor

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