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Cranks but no fire
1991 Jeep Cherokee

Cranks but no fire

(1991 Jeep Cherokee)
replaced coil crank sensor plugs distributor cap and rotor
two sensors on trottle body
1 answer & 2 comments
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Replace the control module, if that doesn't work, replace something else. Just keep guessing, you might get lucky. Or pay a professional to do it for you, which if you had done in the beginning you wouldn't have replaced a bunch of unneeded parts.
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on May 31, 2010
whats a control module or is it the computer
tu for input
Lets not be a nasty jerk buddy! People need help on here not degradation! I'm sure YOU are not perfect EITHER 'buddy'!
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Replace the control module, if that doesn't work, replace something else. Just keep guessing, you might get lucky. Or pay a professional to do it for you, which if you had done in the beginning you wouldn't have replaced a bunch of unneeded parts.
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on May 31, 2010
whats a control module or is it the computer
tu for input
Lets not be a nasty jerk buddy! People need help on here not degradation! I'm sure YOU are not perfect EITHER 'buddy'!

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