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I have a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee. I get voltage at the coil leads only for a second when cranking engine. Car has factory security system. Could this cause a block of voltage at engine control module? Or, is engine control module defective? Relay at fuse panel for coil works fine. Any suggestions?

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Try changing the crank shaft senor around the bell housing on the driver side

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