Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Its possible that it could be a sensor but Might I suggest that you have your fuel pump tested to see if its working properly.A bad fuel pump could also cause this problem.Also if you have a check engine light on this would indicate to you that there is a sensor that's bad or going bad or that there is a problem somewhere else that has to be inspected.If that's the case then I would recommend having the codes retrieved to find out where to start looking for your problem.Again inspect your fuel pump first.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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