Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are a great number of items that can fail and give you that problem. Likely the two most common are the crankshaft sensor and fuel pump.
What you need to do though is to determine if you have spark (hold an ignition wire near the block after sticking a screw or other metal object into the plug connector and have someone crank it over...you should have a decent blue spark that will jump at least 1/4" gap) If you don't , you will need to check the ignition system components. To check pump, turn the key to "on" while someone listens at the tank) If silent, check the pump relay in the poser distribution center and the pump itself for power.
To do any testing, you will need a decent manual like haynes or chiltons (about $20 in most larger parts stores) and a good digital multi-meter.
Testing components is very important because parts are expensive and many are not easy to replace. Testing eliminates changing unnecessary parts. No decent shop will replace parts without testing...neither should you!!!
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
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