|05-22-2011 11:12 PM|
check the fusses. i had the same problem. turns out either my crank positioning sensor (on the drivers top side of the bell housing) wasnt plugged in all the way or wasnt in all the way, or just happened to go bad as i did the clutch. i had one laying around and plugged it in and it started right up
go to advance auto parts or autozone and rent injector diod testers. and plug it into the plugs for the injectors and see if you are getting a injector pulse. (i wasnt getting a injector pulse or spark. ) which led me to the crank sensor.
|05-22-2011 07:25 PM|
|Fatherof2||had the same problem a couple weeks ago...fuse 6 was blown because my o2 sensor on the downpipe was shorted to the exhaust manifold....maybe worth a look|
|05-22-2011 07:00 PM|
Did you check every fuse? Both boxes? Fusible link on the alternator?
Do you have power to the coil?
|05-22-2011 06:48 PM|
|eugenesonrisa||Weird... My 2002 has a distributor-less ignition.|
|05-22-2011 04:46 PM|
Help!!! No Spark???
I have a 2002 jeep wrangler tj. I need help; it will not spark. I have replaced; plugs, wires, cap, rotor, modular (thing underneath cap), and coil; and it still will not create a spark. Just previosuly I had replaced the clutch in it and all that works well. However, i forgot to disconect the battery and a friend sparked the start while tightening bolts on the main. I have looked every where and everything is plugged in and and in tact. I am all out of ideas why it will not spark, motor just turns over and my coder reader comes up with no codes. Any one have any ideas?