Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
In cold weather the jeep runs fine, when it starts to warm up here in Las Vegas, it does not want to start, and if it does, it will konk out and not start again most times. We have just recently replaced the fuel pump from a mechanics thinking...and in the past have put in new sensors, etc....nothing seems to work...can you help?
Carl may be right, but also look to make sure their is no gas lines running close to the muffler or any hot spots of motor.
Posted on Sep 23, 2011
It is most likely the Ignition Coil overheating, it is probably cracked on t he outer casing somewhere. It could also be the Camshaft Position sensor. I would start with the Ignition Coil. are you getting a problem code.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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