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2000 jeep, new fuelpump/filter, cam and shank sensor, batter connections fine, had computer check out, it fine too. Continue to have problems... starts the stops with out warning, or have to drive with both feet due to RPM's falling. Last time stopped without warning, would not start back in park, only in nuetral, then 1hr later, it started back in park, ran for awhile then stopped. speed dail has did a weard thing a couple of times when driving. Please help... Kim
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1995 cherokee idle fine
have your idle air control valve checked. on my 5.2 v8 is located on back of throttle body. My hardware was loose. DO NOT OVER tighten,follow torque spec in manual.
Posted on Mar 28, 2009
My 99 Jeep Cherokee keeps shuting off when I am taking right turns. If anyone can point me in the right direction that would be awesome. I am really stumped.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
I had a similar problem with my 2000 lesabre. It would cut off while driving, or hesitate then keep running while rpm guage would quit operating. Guage would return to normal function at next start up. After reading several posts here and elsewhere, and consulting with my mechanic, I decided to replace the crankshaft position sensor. My mechanic said he had done this before on this GM engine model. He gave me several possible causes and no guarantees. After replacing the CPS (about $120 including parts and labor), the car has not hesitated or cut off once. This was about a month ago. The problem was worse in hot weather, which my mechanic said was typical.
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
Hello. If your battery is not charging while driving, often it is due to low or bad voltage from your voltage regulator, which is also in the Alternator usually on these vehicles. Your engine has been running off the battery only and draining it, not using the alternator's power. Here are some things to look for and a question for clarification:
If you actually replaced the alternator already your regulator should be good. But to clarify your problem report, did you replace the alternator or only check it? It may take several checks while truck is running to catch the problem. If you have not done so already you will need to verify that voltage (13.9 volts or more) is actually reaching right to your battery. 12Volts will not be enough, that means something is wrong and is just battery volts. Please do this test while your Jeep is running, with lights on. DC volts across the battery need to be about 14 Volts while all is on. If you don't get that either the Alternator/VR is bad OR bad connection to it.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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