Check the Ignition control module. The ICM. Make sure it has power. It's a high fail part. The fact it has fuel would mean the crank sensor is probably good, but the pickup sensor inthe distributor could be a possibility. I have an 89 and with no diagnostics like the OBDI systems its a little more difficult to nail down. Do you have a meter to do some readings?
FWIW: Have the auto parts store check the module before spending cash on a new one. From many threads and personal experience, the Crank Position Sensor has been the culprit many many times. I had absolutely zero spark after a transmission change in June. Went through the entire system and ended up being the sensor. They seem to go bad without reason and has happened to a lot of folks here. Replaced it and the jeep cranked up immediately. good luck!!!!
1992 2.5L YJ, Tube bumpers, Hella Lights, Herculined Interior, 33x12.50x15 on 15x8 Soft 8s, and RC 4" Lift.
Charlie got it fixed it was the Crank sensor wire. Something chewed the wire to the sensor into. He wanted me to tell all of you thanks for the help and info. He said it started right up and I pulled the clutch in and it went to the floor. He checked the clutch master cylinder and it was bone dry. He is going to work on that saturday but was wonder if yall had any tips for him.