Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
There are a few places to start looking. If you are sure you ran out of gas, check the fuel filter for clogging. It may have picked up debris from the bottom of tank. Second, you need to see if you are getting fuel up to the fuel rail. If not check the fuel pump relay and make sure it is clicking when you turn the key on. If the relay is clicking listen for the fuel pump to cycle. Fuel pumps are actually cooled by the fuel in the tank and when they are ran low they may overheat and quit working. I hope these few things may help you in fixing your problem.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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