I have spark. I've got to find a fuel pressure gauge to check pressure.
Is it just coincidence that this started after changing my starter? I'm still thinking I must have done something ...
Anybody take a stab at this ??
Is your spark a strong, blue snapping spark? Yellow/orange/white indicates a weak spark which may not be strong enough to start the engine.
If spark checks out (and only if), then try a bit of starting fluid into the intake or a splash of gas. If the engine starts and runs momentarily with this technique, you have identified a FUEL DELIVERY problem.
The above tests are really necessary to help isolate the issue.
99 Cherokee, 4.0 AW4, NP242
Past Jeeps: 49 Willys, 81 Scrambler, 88 Comanche Without "data", all you have is an opinion!
Did said jeep start before the parts were replaced?
All grounds checked, cleaned and tightened?
My jeep would crank for days, just wouldn't turn over. Mine is a 88/89 and it turns out I shorted out my ecu somehow. My point is, it can 1 of a million things. Time to start the process of elimination. I'd follow advice in steps, make sure you do it right..if it doesn't work come back for more!
But as said. First did the jeep start before this? Are all grounds checked, cleaned and tightened?
I think mine is goin at the moment. It's my daily driver. Sometimes it starts great , sometimes it just cranks with no fire. Is it hard to change and how am I sure this is the problem before buying hella new parts?