Driveing down the road jeep just died .Wouldent start it turns over .But wont start .checked fuel pump its not getting any power checked ing .no power .Checked all fuses there all ok .Does this have a emergency shut off and if so how do you reset
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Do you hear the fuel pump when you turn the key? Might be a bad pump. You can try banging on the fuel tank with a rubber mallet as this will often get the pump going, but if that works, you will want to replace the fuel pump ASAP.
I would check the fuel pump or the fuel pump relay I am guessing if you let it sit for awhile it starts then one day stops again and over and over if that is the case definitely 1 or both of those things
have you check fuel pump fuses and relay when you turn key do you hear pump did you bleed air out of fuel lines after pump replacement is it getting spark to plugs when the car died the first time how did it die were you driveing it was there any check engine lights on
you may have a bad intake gasket thay crack and leak coolant outside the engine or into the oil check the bottom of the oil cap for white resadue check the oil for over full or white resadue May Need Intake gaskets
It sounds like a fuel pump problem. When you first turn the key on you should hear the fuel pump run for about 5 seconds then shut off. There is a fitting on the fuel rail on the engine that looks like a tire valve, try pushing on that to see how much pressure there is after the pump runs. There should be a good amount of pressure on it. If fuel just dribbles out or there doesn't seem to be much pressure it is definaly a fuel pump. The best thing is to use a fuel pressure guage that will attach at that fitting. There should be between 45 - 60 PSI of fuel pressure when the pump is running. Good luck with your problem.