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1998 jeep wrangle 2.5 it will not start here

1998 jeep wrangle 2.5 it will not start here what i did to it.. replaced ECU, camshaft and crankshaft postion sensor, tune up cap, rotors, plugs. there is not volt to the coil?

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  • jcobb_123 Jul 14, 2009

    no power to the coil

  • jcobb_123 Jul 14, 2009

    there fuse in 21 has no power but the fuse test good.

  • jcobb_123 Jul 14, 2009

    no spark no volt's to the coil. coil test good

  • jcobb_123 Jul 15, 2009

    jump the 21 to hot the jeep ran but pop out of carb. when you gave it gas it died.

  • Carl
    Carl May 11, 2010

    Is it getting spark ?



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There has been alot of coil problems on here so chk you coil thoroughly for cracks and the reason you have no power to it. Sorry I can't help more.

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No voltage to the coil or no spark coming outta of coil wire?If no voltag to at least 1 side of the coil(2 wires)..Check fuse 21 20 amp in the power distribution box under hoodright side of engine compartment.

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