Question about 1999 Jeep Cherokee
I took it to alot of mechanics and each one tells me somthing different..
they tell me its either...the alarm, the switch, a sensor, fuel pump or the computer sooo pretty much i dont know where to start...PLEASE HELP!
Jack up your Cherokee and look underneath for a wiring harness that leads to a sensor that is between the engine and trans. This is your crank sensor. Pull it out and check the condition. Mainly look at the wiring harness to the sensor. These Jeeps have a habit of breaking and your Jeep with just turn off going down the road. These wiring harnesses are available at the dealer and are fairly inexpensive.
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