Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have changed the fuel pump, fuel filter, pvc system, air filter, timing and a recent turn up has not solved the problem. Any suggestions
Try replacing crankshaft sensor. Cost is about 45 dollars and not hard to get to. Facing the engine from the front of the car it is located on the right side half way down the block. One small bolt and an electrical connection to remove. Be sure and keep white cover on sensor clean when installing new one. Available at local parts dealers .
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