Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
After driving the vehicle for a while(a 30 mile trip or for about a half an hour), then my jeep will die. Sometimes it will restart itself before I can cruise to a stop and sometimes I come to a stop and it will start right back up when I turn the key back on. There are times when it won't restart for up to a half an hour though. I have replaced the fuel filter and checked out the fuel pump and the problem does not lie there. I was wondering if anyone knows where I should look next or if they know how to solve this problem. Thanks and please help!!
It is ignition related,check the ecm for trouble codes,then I would do a complete tune-up and if that doen't fix it then check the crank sensor which is what it sounds like anyway but it's cheaper to do a tune-up first just incase
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
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