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Re: 94 Jeep Cherokee won't start
Autozone can test the module for you easily. Just one suggestion for you ask them to test it more than once. I would test 4 or more times. Most modules fail under load when they get hot. Testing it will heat it up so testing will be more acurate. It could pass cold and then short out after it gets warm.
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Not sure if I read your post right, but you have to have a hot wire to the ignition switch from the battery, independent of anything else on the car, before the switch will work. The CPS is a common problem on the jeeps, though. If bad, you may not get a coil signal.
it's highly unlikely, there are only two things that can make this happen, not getting fuel (fuel pump failure, fuel pump regulator) or not getting ignition (bad coils, ignition module failure, bad distributor, distributor cap, rotor)
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.