Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Get a manual (chlton or haynes are ok for this) and use a digital multi meter to do individual component tests before changing computer. Most times it is a sensor problem. computers do fail but not that often. It would be wise to isolate the problem to either the fuel or ignition system as well. If it starts when you crank it and spray carb cleaner into the throttle body, then the problem is on the fuel side. Only real connection there is the crank sensor which if lacking signal to computer, will shut fuel system down. Usually though you won't get ignition either in that case. If you need further info, just ask!
Posted on Nov 16, 2009
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