Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee Country
You need three things for an internal combustion engine to work, air, fuel and fire.
Is it getting all the above? Is there fire getting to the plugs? Is there fuel getting to the cylinders? Is it getting air?
If the answer is yes to all the above, then it should turn over and fire.
Possible causes for it not starting... Not getting air - Check air filter, or just take it out. Not getting fuel - Check your fuel pump, check your fuel filter, check your gas tank. Not getting spark- Check wires, check plugs, replace as necessary.
If all the above is GO, then I'd have someone check the timing.
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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