I have a 1994 Jeep Wrangler, 6 cyl, 4.0, manual 5 speed trans. It sat in storage for a while and I recently pulled it out to get it back on the road. After changing all the fluids and flushing the radiator, I jump started it; the battery was completely dead. It cranked right up and I drove it for about an hour to ensure all was well. I noticed a fuel leak at the tank so I dropped it and repaired a loose fuel line. When I asked my son to hook the jumper cables up so I could jump it, he connected them backwards; my fault for not double checking. It blew both alternator fuses, but didn't appear to do much else. When I tried to start it after the fuses were replaced I noticed the fuel pump wasn't running. I pulled the fuel pump and tested it with a good battery, it checks good. My issue is that the engine wants to crank but will not turn over. I know the following: 1. The fuel pump isn't getting any power from the fuse box under the hood. 2. Fuel filter replaced and installed correctly. 3. The fuel relay and auto shutdown relay is good, brand new. 4. All the wiring to the pump and under the hood meters good for continuity. 5. All the fuses are good. 6. I don't think the plugs are making spark. Pulled one out and cranked the motor with in grounded; no sparks. 7. Everything else (horn, wipers, lights, ect.) Works. 8. The fuel indicator in the dash works properly and displays fuel level. 9. I replaced the ignition coil with no results. 10. Check engine light is on, but do not have a tester for pre-OBD 2 system. What would cause this? Why is no power making it to the fuel pump when all the wiring and fuses are good? Why are the plugs not providing any spark? Could this be a fried computer? If someone can point me in the right direction I will be in your debt. I am an active duty Marine stationed in California. I have orders back to North Carolina and need to get this jeep running so I can get it cross country. Thanks in advance for any help.
Sunday, May 6th, 2012 AT 8:04 PM