Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
You will need to do some testing to determine what your problem is. I recommend a code check first (otherwise, turing testing you may generate a set of codes related to what you disconnected) After code check, If you still have no information, do basic tests: Is charging system and battery working? is there spark coming from the coil? is it getting to the spark plugs? Is there fuel? Then check sub-systems related to what you find. A common cause of shut down while driving is the crankshaft sensor. There are tests for this and other items in nearly every repair manual. If you don't have one, get one. It will help you avoid wasting time and $ on stuff you don't need.
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