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My jeep was idleing and just died and after that alot of cranking.after some checking back probed the cranksenser & it started..and all this time no codes came up. took 1 trip to town back fired & wouldn't start . replaced cranksensor, coil pick up ,coil now code 41 comes up about the auto shutdown relay can you help ? it will run but sputters & back fires lik it starved 4 fuel

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Check fuel and air flow and may be a fuel sensor or an idleing sensor

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1995 jeep grand cheerokee laredo 6 cyl. randomly dies then takes anywhere from five minutes to hours to restart


The only component I know of, that shuts a Jeep off while idling or driving 40mph down the road, is a bad crank sensor. Usually when it starts going bad, it will sporadically shut off, like yours does. Eventually, it will just die and the Jeep will not start at all. Have it tested and replaced, if necessary.

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Will stall while idling in drive and not restart right away. Jeep will seem to turn over, and RPMs rev up, then the engine dies.


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1992 jeep cherokee sport 2 door 4.0 inline six. Jeep was running fine except when you went to start it it took two cranks sometimes three then would start. Went to start it the other day and it took alot...


Sounds more like a timing problem than an O2 Sensor. Distributor out of Sync would be my guess. It ran better at Higher idles because the timing belt/chain was tight from tension at low idle the timing was off which caused your problems. Now the belt is either broken or so loose the timing is out and the vehicle won't fire. If it has a Distributor cap remove it and watch the rotor. If it turns the belt is intact but Timing may still be off.

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93 jeep cherokee 4.0 dies when stopping but idle till fuel gone


GREAT INFORMATION...

however, you were not clear about fuel pressure

was fuel pressure OK before and during the concern...30psi and have you check flow

PLUS...during the concern are you loosing SPARK? Coil is great suspect!

while the code for the crank sensor concerns me I'd start with the most common Jeep concern...the ASD (auto shut down realy)

when you start testing again remember to check the CKP output at the sensor and the CKP input at the computer...you might have a CKP circuit that is worn out







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I have a 1999 that will not start or even fire


The engine cranks but will not fire? If checking for spark finds sparp at the plug wire at the plug. add fuel to the air intke to see if it'll fire some on the added fuel. if theres no spark then the crank senser may have failed and the test is to unplug the throttol postion senser and measure the voltage with the key on. then unplug the cank senser ( at the back of the intake manifold ) and if the voltage at the TPS changes then the cranksenser is bad change it and you'll be good to good.

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This happened to me recently on my 2004 Grand Cherokee. It stalled out three times in a month. No one came up with any codes except that my throttle sensor needed to be replaced ($80). After it was replaced, it stalled two more times, but this time the check engine light never came back on. My local Jeep mechanic looked it over for around six hours and could not find anything. However, my amps on my battery was half of what it should be. He stated that the computer may not have enough juice to control the throttle idle that activates when the vehicle is in low idle speeds. He also stated that once you remove the old battery to touch the battery cable terminals together (you can use a wrench if terminals won't touch) for around ten seconds. This is supposed to drain any remaning juice from the jeep and is supposed to reset the idle memory and computer for the vehicle. After replacing the battery, crank the Jeep up and let it run for at least five minutes without ever touching the gas pedal. Leave it to idle and I repeat, do not touch the gas during this time. The mechanic stated that letting the vehicle run for at least five minutes without touching the gas pedal will set the computer for the Jeep to run efficiently with the new battery and will also set the idle memory for the jeep. I did so and you could actually see the RPM's going up and down until the Jeep found an efficient idle setting. Try that, I know it sounds simple, but I tried every else before this, and it has not stalled out since a couple of weeks ago. I'll write back if it does before the end of next month. Hope this helps.

Jun 30, 2008 | 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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