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Jeep wrangler 1992 2,5 l

The battery was empty so i mount my charger but it was on 24 volt. Now it's only start whith startgas. So it doesn't get any petrol. The duopoint in the carburator have 1,5 ohm and the voltage to it is around 3-5 volt.
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Sounds to me like your fuel pump went on you. If there is no fuel getting to your engine, then I recommend you start there.

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