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Do you have the 4.0 liter inline 6? The CPS (crankshaft position sensor) can cause this kind of behavior. I've been lucky driving 4.0 powered Jeeps since 1989 and not had a CPS go bad but lots of other Jeep owners have. I would check the CPS first but it could be other things. Solving a stalling problem online is difficult.
THERE SHOULD BE A EVAP/VACUUM DIAGRAM UNDER THE HOOD ON A WHITE STICKER. SOMETIMES THEY ARE ON THE BOTTOM SIDE OF THE HOOD ITSELF. I HOPE THIS HELPS. PLEASE KEEP ME POSTED THANKS FOR USING FIX-YA AND FOR AN HONEST RATING/COMMENT. GOOD LUCK
Disconnect the fan plug and hot wire it to the battery if the fan dosen't run, replace it. Otherwise, check the relay. The system operates by the temp sender sending a signal to the computer that activates the relay that turns the fan on. Fan should also come on with A/C.
the simple fix might be the park interlock cable. this locks the shifter unless you press and hold the brake pedal while selecting gears. I've seen and replaced a few of these on several chrysler/dodge vehicles.
Brakes are products that wear with time. Not avoidable.
Window motors or any other electrical item could stop working from the first day of replacement.
I don't remember any thermostat code working at the dealer.
I have been a Jeep person for 20 years. I love them.