Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Well --it could be a number of reasons--all vehicles require the same to start/run fuel-air-compression-timeing-spark.
it most likely has something to do with fuel or the computer --it could be as simple as a relay or fuse on the fuel side or no power going to the computer for the spark/fuel injectors. Try to find a buddy with some fuel injector ex. 80% of the time it has to do with the computer or fuel --could be a fuel pump or a filter/or a bad connection to the computer. or it could be the timeing chain.
Posted on Jul 30, 2008
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