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Jeep dies at lights. about 8 hrs between incidents. pos: cps, cam sensor, fuseable link, computer

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First, remove fusible link and computer from your list. Computers do fail but odds are it is something else and not that. Fusible link is either good or it's not. Aside from those items, everything under the hood is suspect till it's been tested and verified (fuel pump as well).
Begin with a code scan (most larger parts stores do that free). Get a haynes or chilton manual to use as a test guide and a decent multi-meter to do further testing. Use results from scan (if any) as a guide, starting point for testing.
Also be aware that sometimes a component can test good unless it's tested when the problem is actually happening. (fuel pump and cps can both do that)

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