1998 Jeep Wrangler Sport cranks but will not start and dash gauges don't come on either when the key is turned on?
Without further diagnostics, I'm not sure how to answer. Having said that, an engine only needs three things to work: Air, gas and fire. If you're not seeing any lights, you have a potential electrical failure which may mean no fire. This is how to determine if this is true: 1. Disconnect one of your spark plug wires 2. Insert a long screwdriver into the plugwire end 3. Lay the screwdriver so that it rests 1/4 inch, or less, away from a metal part within the engine compartment (It CANNOT touch anything metal directly) 4 Have a freind turn the engine over while you watch the 1/4 gap between the screwdriver and the metal 5. It should arc a spark from the screw driver to the metal, indicateing you're getting fire to at the plugs. If you don't get a spark, that's your problem. You'll need to track down the source of the power short. Hope this is of some value.
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Your 2003 base model Cavalier cranks but will not turn over it literally died when you were driving it and has not turned over since What could be wrong with it?
On one had you say it cranks and then you say it won't turn over. Which is it? If it cranks, then that means it IS turning over but just won't start. If it won't crank then it is NOT turning over. We need to know which it is to determine what may be causing this. Repost this with a better description of your situation