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95 jeep grand cherokee larado 6 cylinder, wont start

Jeep grand cherokee lerado 95, wont turn over, i have replaced the crank shaft position sensor, the alternator, distributor (the whole thing, cap rotor, and the whole distributer), i have replaced the starter, and batterey termanals, also brand new fuel pump (mine was failing so i bought a new one). i also replased the spark plugs and the cables. the jeep sounds like it wants to start but it just wont. also i got it up and started and drove it around the block a few times, and then waited for it too cool down, 6 hours later it wont start....does anyone know whats going on, i really need my jeep fixed before school starts again, which is in 2 days, any advise will be appreciated.

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Reset the timing and check starter ot see if working. Verify fuel pump is actually pumping fuel.

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May be out of time.. check with parts store on the specs for the car..

Posted on Jan 21, 2013

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    It's computer controlled timing, so that's not the issue. If it was 180 degrees out, it would start, but run horribly rough. I believe you might have a bad ignition module. I had a similar problem with an old Pontiac 6000 STE, and the module would heat up and stop working. The car would start, run, and then stop for no apparent reason. Replacing the ignition module solved the problem. It's not a cheap fix, around $100 - 150, depending on the make and model of the vehicle, but I am confident that is your problem, judging by the symptoms you've described and the parts you've already replaced. Good luck!

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The ecu might be in need of repair if the check engine light does not illuminate on the dash, when you turn on the ignition. The ecu being bad will prevent spark, fuel delivery...etc.

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Has any one soled this yet???????? Because I have the the same prob. but mine is only when it is could out blow 65 it will start but I have to keep my foot on the gas like a carb with no choke

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change the computer .... PCM get a used one it fixed mine had same problem

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If the crank sensor (reaR at bellhousing) is dirty, will not start, clean up and visually inspect

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Had similar problem with 96 Jeep 4.0L engine. Tracked it down to the connector for the distributor pickup. Spliced in another connector and hasn't stalled since. Also, have you had any codes? Easy way to check on Chrysler products: turn key on, off, on, off, on (not starting) and watch the 'engine light' on the dash. It will flash off/on. Count the flashes with short pauses between and longer pauses between code. When you get a 5 count and 5 count, that is the end. This may also help

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Take 2 screws out of PCM and replace with shorter ones

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