Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
My 94 Jeep Cherokee Sport 4.0 straight six was running fine. Parked it
at night, and the next morning, it would crank, but wouldn't start.
Thought it was fuel, since no gas smell at the tailpipe after cranking, but there is pressure at the fuel rail, so I don't think it is that.
Pulled ignition lead: no spark (screwdriver near grounded metal method).
Pulled low voltage connector at ignition coil: 12 volts at black wire, no volts at green, with ignition on. When cranking, voltage at green wire only goes up to .1 or .2 volts.
All of the fuses and relays appear to be fine, but if you have a test that requires testing them in a certain state or method, by all means lets retest.
My OD wont disengage after Ive been pulling a trailer for about 30 minutes. Checked trans. fluid and Im a little over. Could this be the problem
Posted on Jun 03, 2009
I believe the green wire is a pulse from the distributor and its a ground signal. I could be wrong since is been a while since i left the jeep dealer...I would take the coil out (2 bolts on most) and take it to autozone. They can test it in minutes for free. Either that or the ignition module but more common is coil.
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
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