Question about 2000 Jeep Cherokee
I have seen crank sensors go and leave no codes, but, likely the fuel pump is going away...they get hot and seize, then cool down and work again. I would not replace either without proper testing only because parts are expensive and there are other heat sensitive components in there. (coil etc) Be aware that it will check out good if it is running right while tests are being done.
Posted on Sep 24, 2009
Testimonial: "It cranks when hot and has sit for a while, when it would not crank. If you now think it might be crank sensor, how do how do I get to it. "
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