Question about 1989 Jeep Wrangler
Jeep losses it's spark for 45 minutes and then runs for a minute or two. After it sits it seems to start right up and run for a few minutes. I have changed the coil and pick up coil but no change??? any ideas?
Sounds like you need to Replace the Ignition Module.
It is a square box located on the side of your fender wall when you lift the hood approx 6 by 8 inch flat box shaped.
Go to auto store and they can show you a pic of it.
It Controls Spark plug Firing.
hope that helped
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