Alright guys, I am having an issue with my 92 wrangler with the 4 cylinder. After searching around on the forum, it seems that it happens to quite a few people, but it is hard to find any posts that actually say what fixed it. They all say "will check and update tomorrow", lol. Over the past week or so, I have noticed the Jeep was taking a few extra cranks to turn over. Until two days ago when it wouldn't start at all. The motor turns over, but just refuses to start. I was able to start it once but it was running at an extremely low RPM and puttering until it died again, almost it was like it was running on one cylinder. Now I can't even get that! Everything ran fine up 'till now. So far I have replaced the fuel filter, coil, distributer, cap and rotor, plugs, and wires, and fresh gas. I even went as far as to purchase an ICM, only to find out they didn't use them in 92 (after 2 hours of me looking for the dang thing). Tomorrow I am going to double check the timing again and rent a fuel pressure tester. I am getting good fuel pressure to the rail and I can here the pump priming when I turn the key. I have also tried to spray starter fluid in the intake but it made no difference. I'm lost guys, and I need some of your expert advice. Can anybody think of anything I might be missing? I also noticed that there is some antifreeze on the engine around the thermostat area. I already have a new thermostat and gasket to fix that. But could that be an indication of something? Also, what is the quickest way you all do timing? I just throw a screwdriver the the spark plug hole and manually turn the engine until it stops moving up and set the rotor at the #1 position. Does that sound about right? Thank you for any and all help!!!