Cranking and not starting is most commonly a faulty Crankshaft Position Sensor
on the transmission bell housing. I am not impressed with BWD sensors ( or any "Lifetime Warranty" sensors ) and recommend only genuine Jeep sensors. Test the CPS, even though it is "new".
Was the distributor installed in the correct orientation when at TDC ? Checked base timing with a timing light ? Checked all the fuses ? One of the mini-fuses in the PDC fuse box under the hood will cause cranking with no-start.
I suggest spending $7.95 at www.PacificCoastManuals.com
for a genuine Jeep Factory Service Manual
. You seem to have some skills and could benefit from the complete wire diagrams, the trouble shooting ladders, and the specific test results expected when testing circuits and sensors.
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