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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Code 11 is related to the crankshaft sensor. This is a common failure.
Sensor is located on bellhousing on drivers side, even with the flywheel. Your symptom can also be related to a fuel problem which usually will set no codes or incorrect codes related to emissions etc.
I would go with the CPS at this point though. Fuel filter should be serviced at least once a year. Regardless of the outcome I would change it as a maintenence item.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
go to the horn under your hood, check it for any thing wrong, then follow the power wire and follow it back to your steering wheal. this is where your problem is you just have to find out where the short is. and fix it.
Posted on May 01, 2009
It is likely one of your battery cables loose. Same thing just happened to me today. What you need to do is first lock the doors, and close them. Then you need to disconnect, and reconnect the battery cable, then if the security lights still blink you must use your key to unlock the door, then it should stop blinking, and start just fine.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
I have a 1998 jeep grand Cherokee too and the OBD connector is located on the left side under the dash rt above the Brake pedal and just to the left of the floor light.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
That code definition is (evaporative system small leak detected). One of the most common reasons for this code is a faulty gas cap. The evap system is strictly designed to trap fuel vapors in the tank and not allow them to scape into the atmosphere. The vehicle keeps a constant vacume on the tank and when it is unable to hold that pressure it will set the code you have. Try buying a new gas cap-thats a cheap start-clear the code and see what happens. If the light comes back on you will have to bring it to a repair shop where they will tap into the Evap system and force smoke into it. They will then observe the Evap hoses and wherever it leaks smoke will be your problem.
Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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