Question about 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I was driving to work and the jeep died. Igot it started and moved it about 5 ft and it died again. I changed the plugs, wires, cap, rotar, cam sensor, and the crankshaft sensor. When I changed the crankshaft sensor the Jeep started and ran for about a minute, then ded. I just another crankshaft sensor in yeserday, had it running for about 15 minutes then died. Now it wont start again.; Why can my problem be?
You should check the carburator or the fuel intake to see if its cloged and if it has a fuel line filter check it to also see if its cloged. Also check the battery for any corrosion on the terminals that could reduce current to the starter.
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