Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
if its a 4.7 liter I wouldn't have a problem replacing the cam sensor and the crank sensor. Very common for either to fail and cause the symptom you have described.
If its a 4.0 I would look at the crank sensor and the ignition coil. Two common problems as well.
It shouldn't be to hard for your mechanic to duplicate the problem. Sounds like the problem may be occuring with a hot engine. You mechanic can have a fuel pressure gauge and a spark tester hooked up while the engine is running. As soon as it stalls he can check fuel pressure and check for spark. This will at least get him in the right direction.
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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