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My engine will crank but not start

I replaced the distributor and redid the timing Replaced the fuel pump and filter Replaced the barometric sensor and map sensor

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  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    It sounds like it wants to start then stops for a second and cranks again with no back firing

  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    i have a scanner but nothing pops up

  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    i have a scanner but nothing pops up in the cpu
    the vehical will try to start but when you try to give it fuel it stalls for a quick second then tries to crank again


  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    yeah i have the second one but no code was popping up in the reader or the computer

  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    sry it is the DRBII reader

  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    I have a dib 2 reader but nothing pops up

  • smoothpyro88 Jul 11, 2010

    not after the distributor code went out when i replaced it no other codes for engine or transmission either

  • smoothpyro88 Jul 12, 2010

    Thank you for all your help. I got the engine to crank over and run. However the check engine light came on for the throttle body position sensor and am not really sure how to fix this problem

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I'm assuming the spark plugs are ok and have been replaced. Is the engine getting spark to the plugs? I suspect the CKP (crankshaft position sensor) may be causing your starting problem. How many miles are on the Jeep and is this a 4.0 L?

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  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    Spark plugs have been replaced and there is 133000 miles on the engine odomitter but engine has had an overhaul and really only has about 50000 miles on it

  • GetMeOttaHere Jul 10, 2010

    Since most of the parts that could be the cause were replaced, You may as well replace the CKP. Unless you have a scanner, I can give you set values.

  • GetMeOttaHere Jul 10, 2010

    The scanner you have is a code reader? The scanner I was speaking of is a DRBII or DRBIII.

  • GetMeOttaHere Jul 11, 2010

    You read no trouble codes at all?

  • GetMeOttaHere Jul 12, 2010

    What was the code if any for the TPS?

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And your problem is?

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  • smoothpyro88 Jul 10, 2010

    The engine will not crank over

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