Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
May be fuel related or ignition related:
Fuel: Obtain a can of "starting fluid" from an auto supply store. Spray directly into air intake for two seconds. If car "kicks" and trieds to start, then the problem is fuel-related. If you spray more, then it may start.
Could be: Fuel filter or fuel pump.
Ignition: Remove a sparkplug cable and lay it down on a metal part of the engine. Have someone crank the starter while you look for a spark from the cable end to the engine. If no spark, it could be several things:
distributor rotor, distributor cracked and/or wet on the inside, ignition coil.
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