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I have a 1995 jeep wrangler and it turns over good but no fire at all I replaced the coil and the camshaft sensor and still no fire not even getting fire to the coil tested the wires from the coil to the computer hook up and there is no broken wires I think it may be the computer it's really confusing

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You might want to check your crank sensor

Posted on Nov 08, 2010

  • killindrakes Nov 10, 2010

    Is that the sensor that's in the distribter

  • Ron A Martinson Nov 10, 2010

    No, that is the pick up coil but if you have a cam sensor you should not have a distributor. The Crank sensor is normally in the transmission bell housing where the transmission and engine meet together. If you do have a distributor it could be the pick up coil. If you have one maybe you already change the crank sensor and confused it with a cam sensor. good luck hope this helps you

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