I have a 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Edition 4.0L and all of a sudden one day it died.
I was driving along to my sisters graduation and the air conditioner started blowing warm air, so I turned it off. After a few more miles I turned it on and It worked normally, for awhile until it stopped working all together.
After a few more miles of driving my gauges dropped down to 0. Fuel Gauge, oil, everything, then the jeep died.
I tried to start it up afterwards and it would turn over, but not start, and the gauges still wouldn't work. After I got home I purchased a new fuel pump and placed that in, only for it not to work AGAIN! I decided to check the voltage going to the pump and found there was none.I then tried scanning the Jeep with my scan tool and it wouldn't communicate.
I replaced the PCM, because everything else was leading to it.
After I installed the PCM, I hooked the battery cables back up and the PCM blew up.
I now suspect it is the Ignition coil.
I am not completely sure on how to test the coil with my Ohmmeter, so could someone help me with the procedure and the specifications that the coil should be at?
It is a 1998 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Edition, and I would really like to get it back on the road, it's been around 2 weeks since it's been on the road and I miss driving the thing.