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SEnsor I have been having alot of problems with my Jeep cherokee, i am about to sell it now, since NOBODY not even THE DEALER can tell me whats wrong with my car the problem is that for no reason my cars turns off while driving it normal, i have to pull over and wait about 30 min and then it twill run again, but the thing is that i dont know when the car is going to die again, i am scared of driving it :(

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Have you replaced the crank sensor? A very common problem.

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