Well Smiley, back to basics. Cam shaft rotates half speed of cranck shaft. Unscrew all spark pluggs. Rotate engine until you see alignement mark on pulley (whatever you call it) at bottom front of engine. Pistion on no 1 will now be at top. But you can't tell if it is on compression stroke or suchtion, unless you take off valve cover to see if both valves on cyl no 1 are closing. In other words, you can be 180 deg. wrong. If you start with plug cable to spark plug no 1 in this pos. where the rotor is pointing, and do the rest in correct order, the engine will run as normal. If it don't, just rotate all spark plug cables 180 degrees on distributor cap, and the engine will run. Then you need to time the egnition, so you will have correct advanced spark. If still in trouble, buy one of the excellent books on Jeep GC ( Haynes, Chilton or others). Good luck. This is not a very problematic exercise, more cylinders- increased difficulty.