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Jeep run great but at times will up and quitt for no reason while driving and then is hard to start back. this can happen at any time. replaced fuel pump, throddle possession sensor, and coil, and a new battery still same problem

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Depends on engine if its a 4.0L may be the crank sensor located in the top of the transmission bell housing sensor reads of the teeth on the flexplate(flywheel)

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