Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
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Does this have the 4.0? Does it have a chipped ignition key? Does it have a security system? I am going to guess you have recently cut a new key? I am not sure, but think you have a key with a chip in it. If you switched keys, you will need to have the key programmed. If you have the old key, try going back to that and it may start. I know you are looking at the engine, but if this suddenly started, it could be the key. If it was running rough and then stopped, you may need something as simple as cap and rotor(4.0).
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