Question about 2006 Jeep Liberty
My 2006 jeep liberty dies while driving and won't start. I have had to tow it twice now. I have replaced the cam sensor on it and disconnected the battery and reconnected itbut no help. It still will not start.when it diedit never shook or no lights flashed on itit just shut off and wouldn't start.
Posted by Anonymous on
Most common causes of that kind of problem are the fuel pump and the crank sensor. Crank sensor should set a code, pump won't. Less frequent but worth mentioning is the ignition switch. Do some testing using a haynes or chilton manual as a guide,. All you need for that is a digital multi-meter.
Before testing anything, check that all the ground points under the hood are clean and secure. there are more than just the battery to the block...check all the smaller ones as well.
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