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1989 Cherokee Limited 4x4 overheated - repaired cooling sys, now it has not power from ignition coil

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Check the wires to the coil you might have disconnected 1 by accident,then try looking at the cps(crank position sensor)can be checked by an ohms meter for resistance.its on the back of the motor in top of the bell housing

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1989 jeep cherokee limited lost all electrical power


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