96 jeep cherokee won't start

Asked by Sep 09, 2013 at 07:27 PM

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Replaced fuel pump,relay, computer, strainer,fuel pump reg,map sensor, duty cycle purge
solniod. Jeep still will not start.

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19,075

keep going that's how American motors started in the first place

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What other parts can be replaced on 96 jeep , all fuses look good also?

19,075

spray some fuel in intake, see if any response ,that may prove its a fuel problem,check a plug for wet from flooding,check for spark at a plug wire,listen for electric pump running 3 sec. at turn on ignition key!

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