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1994 jeep cherokee starting problem

I have a jeep cherokee 1994 4 litre 6 cylinder which cut out while driving was told immobilser was faulty which was removed now the thing wont start there is power to the coil but no spark tried a new coil but still same,the fuel pump is priming somebody said it could be the crank sensor but would crank sensor stop the thing starting help...!!

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  • scarlett1397 Jul 05, 2008

    Could it be the tdc sensor

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It is the crankshaft sensor try that and i bet youll get it

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94 jeep grand cherokee 4.0 at start when in drive stutters then cuts off restart its fine


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My 1994 Jeep grand Cherokee just shutdowns when im driving there is no patern to it it will run fine for a while then act up and sometimes when I cut it off it may be a hour before it starts back a lot of...


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2WD and 4WD have the same
4.0L In-Line 6-Cylinder:
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Distributor:
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