Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
First off insure that you are getting spark to the plugs. If no spark after changing the coil check the cam plate in the distributor and check the crank sensor mounted on the top of the tranny bellhousing next to the engine. If you have spark check and make sure you are getting fuel to the engine. Find the serator valve on the fuel rail push in the little valve and see if fuel is coming out. If no fuel at the rail check and see if it is coming out of the filter. If no fuel at the filter the pump is not working check the fuses and make sure you are getting power back to the pump if you are getting power the pump is probably bad.
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