Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When you turn the key, all the warning lights come and that is it. Battery, alternator, cables and starter have all been tested by Jeep dealer and are fine. Dealer could not duplicate problem. If you leave the car for one - two hours (cooling down), it will start up.
Is it cranks fine or no crank at all, if it did not crank is deeler chk power to starter solenoid when you turn key to crank position, if it have no power change ignition switch its in steering column
Posted on Mar 18, 2013
I have a '96 that was cutting out on the hi-way after about 10 miles or so. I went out and bought a crankshaft position sensor (CKS) at NAPA for about 60 bucks. She's running like her old self. It's located on the top/front/left side of the tranny. A little tough to reach, but doable. Easier if you have access to a lift. The best American made car I've ever owned. And I was scared to death in '97 when my wife told me she had bought a Chrysler product! We had a 2000 that my son now drives and I just bought her an '03 Grand and she is loving it. I swear by them, now. And I really like the V-8, though still believe their biggest mistake was discontinuing the I-6. email@example.com
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
Hi. i have a 96 cherokee and mine would cut off and not start after running for a while. but if you let it sit for a while, it would start back up. i changed the distributor and have not had that problem since, and that was three years ago. hope it helps.
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
Car won't start. It is dead except for the lights going on. One - Two hours later, you turn the key and the engine starts.
Posted on Nov 14, 2008
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