I started my Jeep the other morning to let it warm up and when I came back roughly 10 minutes later, it had stalled out. I tried to fire it up again, and nothing.
It will crank all day long but I am not getting any spark and therefore it won't start.
I have a new battery, new distributor cap, new rotor, new plugs, new wires.
The CKP, Crankshaft Position Sensor, was resting on my exhaust manifold and it had melted, so I thought I had my culprit - but no dice.
I replaced it and I still have no spark. I am at a complete loss.
I am not showing a check engine light or any other dummy lights. I have checked all of my fuses - all good.
I switched my relays, and they are all in working order.
It is my daily driver so I desperately need to solve this problem as easily and inexpensively as possible.
Also - The Thing that is really confusing me is that my fuel pump kicks on with the key in the on position, but it does not kick off after a few seconds. It runs constantly.
As far as my gauges - they do not move at all. The odometer shows up, but the fuel gauge doesn't move and neither do any of the other ones.
I have plenty of gas in my tank.
have the same problem?
Wednesday, July 7th, 2010 AT 12:05 PM