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I'm losing spark on my 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It won't start. What should I do?

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  • kim1712 Jul 11, 2009

    Yes, I tried a new coil and checked distributor cap and checked the rotor. Cleaned all contacts. Any other suggestions, please? Thanks.

  • kim1712 Jul 11, 2009

    Yes, I have tried this...any other suggestions?

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Have you checked the distributor cap and rotor/ This is the first place to look. Look for burned contacts tips and over all condition

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Posted on Jul 11, 2009

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    Craig Butler Jul 11, 2009

    Some distributors had a 'induction coil' in the distributor. Does yours have one? Look for a small, brown thing with a couple wires coming out of it located on the side of the distributor ( inside )

  • Craig Butler
    Craig Butler Jul 11, 2009

    About the only thing left is the electronic ignition module.

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Code 11 is related to the crankshaft sensor. This is a common failure.
Sensor is located on bellhousing on drivers side, even with the flywheel. Your symptom can also be related to a fuel problem which usually will set no codes or incorrect codes related to emissions etc.
I would go with the CPS at this point though. Fuel filter should be serviced at least once a year. Regardless of the outcome I would change it as a maintenence item.
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I thinking tha you are fix the CHMSL (Central High Mounted Stop Light); review the Service Manual, the section ZJ-Secc-8L-Lamps (page 7, fig. 11).

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