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I'm having a tough time with my 96 jeep cherokee sport. It lagging when starting, sounding like its having a tough time turning over. I took out my alternator and got it checked and it was fine. I took out my starter and got it checked and it and was fine. Put a new battery in and it worked for a week and then I went to start it and no turn over or clicking when trying to start. Any suggestions what it could be??

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The 1st thing you do is have the engine control module checked for fault codes, any Autozone or other parts store will do this test for free. Also verify the fuel pressure is within specs.

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i would lean toward the crank position sensor or the camshaft position sensor, these two are part of your main ignition system without one you will have no sparky spark, if youve done anything around the transmission area also look for broken wires/ plugs terminated in the right receptacles( only if you had worked near or around the transmission though)

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