Question about 1995 Jeep Cherokee
Not getting fuel. Check fuel pressure at the fuel rail where it feeds the injectors. When you turn on the ignition but don't start it, you should hear the fuel pump in the fuel take run a second or two to pump up the pressure. If you don't hear that then it could be the wiring but chances are it is the fuel pump. If you do hear the pump but you don't have pressure in the fuel rail, then the fuel filter is plugged. That is typically not a frequent problem. The pump may not be putting out enough pressure.
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