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New starter,good,fuses,relays,bat,selnoid,wire coneections,still no start

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    Is your jeep cranking or turning over?



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Sounds like it could be the (crankshaft position sensor)or cps for short.depending on your engine(ie:v8 or i6)for location.
for the i6 its on the drivers side transmission bell housing @about the 2 o'clock position.
for the v8 its on the side of the block in front of the flywheel

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