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Jeep won't start

I recently changed my battery on my jeep and went to fire it up it just cranks and engine light flash's or stays on constant. fuel pump is fine and it is getting fuel. Please help

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  • siilence316 Jan 15, 2009

    well i went back to where my jeep quit and started it up this morning it idled fine tried to give it gas and it sputtered and then died quick. I did the key reset thing 3 times and i saw two codes p-0351 and p-0352. I don't have the owners manual since i bought the jeep used.

  • siilence316 Jan 16, 2009

    how the heck can you do that lol on the re sinc aspect of it.

  • siilence316 Jan 19, 2009

    thank you so much for the help saved me alot of money and so simple.

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What generally happens with jeeps. is the idle air control valve loses memory of its idle position. try starting the vehicle with your foot slightly on the gas pedal. if it starts your going to have to keep it running by keeping your foot on the gas until it relearns its position and runs by itself. also there is a possibility that one of the modules locked up. if my first suggestion doesnt work then disconnect the negative batt cable for 30 seconds reconnect and then try to start it

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    Ernest Stalker Jan 16, 2009

    ok. now that i know the codes that helps alot. what the codes say is that coils 1 and 2 are not getting the need dwell time to create ample votage to make a spark. the suggested repair in the chrysler archives is to repace the cam sensor drive unit and sensor and re sinc the cam and crank sensor signals. the cam sensor and drive unit are located near the oil filter. its mounted into the block almost like a distributor would be on earlier 4.0L jeeps.

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    Ernest Stalker Jan 18, 2009

    well, once you replace the cam sensor drive ( and you have to put the new one in in the exact same position) the vehicle should run ok. but the timing may be off a few degrees. there are a few aftermarket scan tools like the snap on solus or modus that have the capabiltiy to re-sinc the signals. but i recommend getting it done by the chrysler DRB III scanner. you would have to bring it to a dealer and spend about 1/2 an hours labor but it will be done right.

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