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JEEP STALLS WHEN TEH GAS GUAGE GOES TO FULL WITH ONLY A HALF A TANK

HERE WE GO, THESE ARE A LIST OF ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN REPLACED. FUEL PUMP, FROM THE DEALER, CRANK SHAFT SENSOR, IGNITION ELEC SWITCH. EVERYTHING CAN BE FINE GO TO THE STORE NO PROBLEM, GET BACK IN AND TRY TO START IT AND THE GAS GAUGGE GOES TO FULL AND IT WONT START. COULD THIS BE THE ECM GOING OUT?

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My first thought would be that there is a short in the system dealing with the guage itself.

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