Question about Jeep Cherokee
Hi to me this sounds like you have a faulty oxygen sensor the reason it points to this being at fault is that the sensor dont start working until the engine has reached a certain temp and then it plays up and wont start till its cooled down.
if this is whats happening then this mean you need to get the oxygen sensor (or lambda sensor for its proper name) replaced once you have done this you should have no further problems.
let me know if you need further assistance ok
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Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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