Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Check your plugs, wires cap and rotor. Also check the coil output. You may have an engine misfire caused by one of those items. Also...have you had any problems starting the car that requires you to move the shifter in order to get the starter to engage? 37 code may be related to that.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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