Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When a problem like this occurs the 1st thing u must do is have the computer that controls the engine checked for fault codes,there should be a code stored that will indicate which system is causing the stall, in you case that will most likely be the ignition system, but all parts in the system are expensive and guessing is a really bad idea, the test you need to have done is called an OBD2 electronic engine control fault code test, Any O'Riley or Kragen auto parts store will run this test for free, also Autozone does this test for free as well and others.
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