Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Do you know for sure that it is a fuel supply problem?
This symptom looks to me more like a more common malady to the Jeep line. They are notorious for crankshaft position sensor problems.
What happens is once the defective sensor heats up it goes open circuit and will not reconnect until it cools.
The first thing I would look at when it occurs is does it have spark.
Not sure what year, engine or model you have here.
The sensor is usually mounted at the rear of the engine above the flywheel.
Some are tricky to change due to space problems and you need to be careful with the air gap between the sensor and flywheel on some.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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