Question about 1998 Jeep Cherokee
Sounds like you have a fairly good grasp of what you need to know. Now, get yourself a chiltons or haynes manual for test procedures and expected values. To do this you will also need a decent multi meter (digital).
Do the testing as outlined in the manual and very likely, you will find the problem. There are some components you can't reliably test, but by the process of elimination you can work around that. The most common failure in that system is the crank position sensor, but it's a real pain to replace and so, don't do that without testing and verifying it's bad.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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