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Jeep stalled when turning. Will start, but slowly

Jeep stalled when turning. Will start, but slowly stalls. Fuses are good

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I would check or have the fuel pressure checked.

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HAVE YOU REPLACED THE FUEL FILTER? IF NOT ,THIS WOULD BE A GOOD PLACE TO START.

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all stalls end in CEL check engine light on. that is normal
but CEL glow. when engine running , means you had a failure, and it stored DTC error codes, so scan it.
lots of causes. huge list.
get a tune up , tops list.

SCAN it to be sure all sensors work. running.
all fuses in car good.
by stalls , i assume the engine stalls and engine RPM is 0 RPM.
the stall cause the whole dash to light up, all the warning lamps come
on (self test) oil , charge , CEL. come on.
what is important is the stall and the cause.

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lost electrical power to engine EFI system (seems not)
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bad spark , spark died.?
bad fueling, lost all fueling (starves and stalls or floods and misfires horribly and stalls (black spark plug tips are big time clue)

if non eof the rings a bell.?
get the car serviced.

this car is newer nicer car, you (we) can scan and drive and log data.
allowing faster easy diagnosis.

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When it stalls is just as important as that it stalls. Random stalling while driving and re-starting after a wait can generally be traced to either a bad fuel pump or a failing crank position sensor. Neither component is cheap so I'd do some testing before replacement. All Jeeps have an idle control valve and throttle position sensor. Control valves can get gummed up. Control valves can usually be cleaned out by spraying carb cleaner into the passage in the throttle body bore. In severe cases, the control needs to be removed. If you remove it, DO NOT turn the part that goes inside the TB...just spray it off and clean inside the TB. Make sure you don't lose the small "o" ring. Test procedures are outlined in both Chilton and Haynes manuals. BEFORE doing any testing, verify that all your fuses are good in the power distribution center and inside the drivers compartment. You can also get a free scan done at most larger parts stores. OK, I've given you the most common reasons for stalling...There are others but testing all systems is the only way to determine that.

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My 2004 jeep grand cherokee is stalling when driving slowly or stopping?


simple test
ut the hand brake on and start the car
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check for other vacuum leaks including transmission actuator hose , dash vent controls hoses

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Sounds like a bad battery to me. Turns over really slowly? Also, be sure to check your oil, this is extremely important!

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need to have a fuel pressure test also make sure egr is not open at idle car wont run with egr open at idle

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2007 Jeep Wrangler x will not start. put new fuel pump but still will not start. Feul pump does not kick on when key turns>???


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As far as the guage issue it is most likely a problem with the body control module, have a trouble code test run on the BCM to determine the issue, the stalling is caused by the loss of the idle strategy learning when the battery went dead, the best thing to do is the following procedure I use to clear this issue.

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