Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
Jeeps have a known problem of a crank shaft position sensor going bad. It's a sensor that works off rotation of the crank. to know where and what position it's in. The part is about $55 and it's located by the front of the transmission where it meets the engine block. Very easy to change. I've changed a few on Jeeps and they had the same problem with the Jeep shutting down going down the road. After a few days to 2 weeks it will go completely out and leave you stranded. So I" advise to get it fixed ASAP. "Crank Shaft Position Sensor"
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