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Parked my Jeep last. Was running fine. This week

Parked my Jeep last. Was running fine. This week it will not start. I replaced pick-up coil and the ignigtion coil. Will turn over but will not crank. What shall I try next.

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It would be wise to check the timing and see if timing belt may have jumped or if it has a chain same thing. Also make sure if vehicle is getting fuel and spark first if this is ok then check the timing belt or chain. have someone spin engine and watch the rotor inside distributor and see if it turns. If not belt or chain is broken. If it does turn make sure it is in proper position. Fuel and Spark and then timing.

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