Thursday, June 21, 2012

1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Engine will not start?

The System turns over all electronics work but engine will not get started.

The most probable reason is a Crankshaft Position Sensor.

The Working of CKP is as follows:----
The CKP sensor sends pulses to the engine computer that in turn controls the ignition coil.
If the CKP does not send pulses or they are wrong, the engine won't start.

Another possibility to check is as follows:----
Check if you have a spark. If there is no spark, then it is good idea to scan your Jeep for trouble codes as the CKP sensor usually sets a code.
If you have spark, then the problem could be with the fuel supply ( fuel pump or its control including wiring).

This details will help.

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