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1998 jeep cherokee runs but dies at stoplight but starts back up doesn't do it often

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I had the same thing happen to my Jeep Cherokee. For me the answer was that I had disconnected the air filter to work on the power steering pump and I forgot to reconnect it. When I did, the stalling at stoplights went away.

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