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Unread Today, 08:50 AM   #1
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No spark no fuel in my 95 wrangler

I just recently purchased a 95 wrangler 2.5 manual transmission and it currently has no spark and is gettin no fuel I tried doing the key trick to get the check engine to flash but currently it won't I'm assuming it's a bad ecu as I have read up on trew out the week looking forward on hearing and suggestions thanks

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Unread Today, 09:28 AM   #2
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when you first turn the key from OFF to ON (not start) do you get a solid ON Check Engine Light for a few seconds? If not, then you should consider brain surgery to repair your ECU. it costs about 50 cents:

ALL ECUs will succumb to this at some point. It is just a matter of time...
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Unread Today, 11:02 AM   #3
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Check the power to the ecu first like the

If power there ecu fix time.
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Unread Today, 11:51 AM   #4
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First thing to check is your fuses. Don't start modifying your ECU before you have ruled out other causes. Find a wiring schematic and find out if you can hotwire the Jeep to start (it's not hard and only requires one wire). If you can, then you've got a bad fuse or fusible link somewhere.

I had the same problem once. Turned out to be corroded fuses.
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Unread Today, 12:26 PM   #5
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Crank sensor. Never had that issue on my yj but 4 out of the 6 xj's I owned did that. Was always the crank sensor
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