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Why won't my 1993 Grand Cherokee 4.0L syart, all it does is turn over, it's getting fire to the coil but won't fire up?

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  • Richard Scordino Jun 06, 2010

    OK. you have fire to the coil....exactly what does that mean? You have 12volts at the coil when cranking, or, you have spark coming from the coil, through the high tension lead to the distributor and it is reaching the plugs. (or is the coil on fire?)

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I would check for fuel at the test fitting on the fuel rail. You can try spraying some starting fluid into the throttle body and see if you get any fire, if so, the fuel pump, relay, or fuse is bad.

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