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92 Jeep Cherokee will start but stalls right away

Have good fuel pressure and flow, just changed the crank. pos. sensor.
plugs and wires are fairly new.

when you throw the jump box on it it cranks fine, starts right away and stalls about a second later. will do this over and over.
like i said, it starts NO PROBLEM. just won't stay running.
was a perfectly good running jeep. sat for about 2 months.
i'm totally clueless..please help

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  • onewheel1000 Jan 09, 2009

    i took off fuel line at fuel rail and it primes and shoots fuel 3 feet while cranking, thats why i was leaning away from a fuel problem.

    pump does make a loud noise when it runs after you turn the key

  • onewheel1000 Jan 12, 2009

    new fuel pump and new fuel filter. still starts right up and shuts down right away. but i can get it to run off brake clean thru intake

  • onewheel1000 Jan 13, 2009

    gonna try and runnin hot lead w/fuse from ignition to pump. thinkin fuel relay is two stage. Start and run. I'm hoping at least

  • onewheel1000 Jan 13, 2009

    Its a fuel issue but not with the pump or the rail.

    what controls the injectors and would tell then to shut down right after starting, again it will run fine if i spray carb clean in throttle body.

    PLEASE HELP!!

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Check for cracked fuel lines back by filter. Also have someone with OBD tool download trouble codes if any.

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The problem is ether your pump or filter i had the same problem with mine

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  • dirt_gallant Jan 15, 2009

    did you check all the sensors is you did take the throtle body and clean it up in good shape sorry i didint get back sooner i was on a fishing trip

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