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you are saying it is getting spark, and fuel, right? If it is getting spark, and fuel in to the throttle body, check compression-make sure the Mass Air Flow sensor is plugged in, and double check your spark-you say you replaced all those ignition items, but do not say that you have spark.
Start with the basics...meaning check the spark plug wires and spark plugs. While under the hood, inspect all hoses for a vacuum leak(s). Then turn the ignition key on-off-on-off- on...leave in the on position and write down the number of flashes the check engine light indicates....2 flashes = #2....pause.....3 flashes = #3.
Let start from here. Are you able to perform engine repairs or diagnostics???
Stop by your local Jeep dealership and ask teh service tech to go over the schematic and wiring diagram with you.
Most Jeep service depts. are quite helpful and won't charge you for knowledge.
Then head over to NAPA and get the parts for cheap.
If you are restoring to factory specs for show car purposes, you should get the MOPAR parts right from the dealer.
Most of the time the Jeep Wranglers have the wiring already in place, you just have to know where to look for the unused plug. At least that's how it is with my 2007 JKL Rubicon.
I have the Haynes repair manual 1987-2003 Jeep Wrangler with all of the schematics. Which wiring scematics do you need and maybe I can scan/email the pages, if this legal? Or can maybe answer questions you may have, keeping in mind I am NOT a mechanic but I can read plans/schematics