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1990 jeep wrangler has no spark

\015 My jeep is a 6 cylinder and carboarted, it is an automatic, it has no spark, the engine turns over, I replaced the coil and nothing, I was told that it would be the crank sensor, but where they say it is in the book it isn't there. what could it be, the distributor it fine, and the plugs and wires are also fine.\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 25-06-2018

Answers :

I think what you have is an in-between model for which I have no good information. Do a coil test using an ohmeter...(regardless of what it's on a coil is a coil) If it fails, replace it. Also check to see what is used to trigger the coil. there is likely a trigger in the distributor and a control module (possibly mounted next to the coil). sorry I dont't have better info...it happens sometimes.
With distrbutor cap/rotor in place take a spark wire off a plug and it within 1/2' of the metal engine. Turn over the engine and look for a spark.
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