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My 1995 jeep grand cherokee will shot off as I am driving down the road.Most of the time I can put it in neutral and restart, sometimes need to come to complete stop to restart. Help!

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It is the crank position sensor it is only about 100 dollars to replace and then you ill be good to go!!

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Either needs tuneup like distributor cap and wires or may have more serious problems like blown headgasket first thing to do is remove distributor cap and look for carbon lins or burnt terminals inside of cap or cracked distributor cap if cap is o.k. replace and check compression on cylinders if you have normal cyliner pressure on most cyl but pressure is reduce to half normal on two cyl beside two of the cyl you have a blown head gasket between those two cyl

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http://www.jeep.com/en/4x4/how_systems_work/selec_trac_2/

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