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I have just had a new crank angle sensor fitted and now i get really bad stop start seurge sometimes in top cruising between 60 and 80 kph can anyone tell what it may be

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It may be PCM programming, was the relearn feature used with a scan tool or did you just replace the sensor by yourself. The PCM may relearn over time by itself in the newer Cherokees, but Im not positive about that because of the year of your vehicle

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