Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Before you buy a NEW computer I would find one from a junk yard. WAY cheaper and they're fairly easy to change yourself. You'll want to be specific when looking for the computer to make sure it"ll match your vehicle ( options, engine type etc). You could save a ton of money that way. Plus if that isn't it, you can probably return the computer to the junkyard. If there's no spark to the coil then it is either as bad battery cable or the computer in my opinion. I own a 93 cherokee so I know what it's like
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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