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My Grand Cherokee 2000 turns off by itself, when I just start motor or when i'm in the road. there are not electrical or mechanical problems, the check engine and the ABS lights are on..... any ideas what could cause that?

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I believe your camshaft senor need to be replace. go to two places MSN.auto look up your vehicle under the used car search and check out the reliability info. second: go to auto zone or advance auto and use their OB II diagnostic machine to check out the codes that is on your suv computer this is why your check engine light is on.

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