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What make , model an year vehicle ? could be ignition control module , coil , PCM - engine computer ! You need to test for battery voltage at the coil , ignition module an is the PCM turning it off an on ? you could go to www.bbbind.com to look at a wiring diagram to see what all is involved in your vehicles ignition system ! pull the distributer cap a crank the engine , does the rotor turn ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Does "entire distributor aseembly" include the metal gear shaft??
If so, you must remove the distributor again and re-insert it in the proper gear groove.
Normally, you "mark" the distributor and the engine with a marker before you remove the shaft so that you can replace it so the gears mesh in the correct position.
You can use "trial and error" to reposition the distributor or you can:
1. Turn the engine to the "Top Dead Center" (TDC) position so that the distributor rotor points to the #1 cylinder sparkplug wire.
2. The rotor on the distributor shafdt should be positioned to "point" to the #1 sparkplug wire.
3. Re-insert the distributor gear shaft.
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Posted on Sep 10, 2009
I would say replace ignition coil, that might me the problem, otherwise it can be the ecu, which might have some electrical problems not allowing the car to stay running. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
check your catalytic converter for clogged up.
disconnect the exhaust pipe before the cat and run the engine to see if it still cut off.
if it run better, then that's the problem
Posted on Mar 05, 2010
these jeeps are famous for the crank sensor going when the car wont run check the injector circuit it will show no voltage if you change the crank sensor make sure you hold it in when you tighten the bolt if you start the engine and start getting misfire codes loosen the crank sensor push it in just a little bit more you only have a few thousands of an inch it makes a difference . new sensors have a cardboard circle glued on them to prevent you from pushing it in so it hits the flywheel i had an issue where it had to be pushed in twice to run right auto parts store 38.00 dealer wanted 170.00 i bought the 38.00 one hope this helps
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
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