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1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo

Jeep keeps dieing intermittently, sometime while running and sometimes while stopped at lights. Try to turn it on and will get a clicking sound. After about 5-10 minutes it will start back up. Had it to a mechanic and they couldn't find anything, replaced the cable harness but it didn't fix the problem. Any ideas?

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Has anyone had this continue to do this after replacing the crank shaft position sensor? Mine is..... :(

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Same thing happened with my 99.Took it to Auto Zone the codes came back faulty gas cap, O2 sensor and another thing.Replaced all that stuff kept doing it,finally had to take it to a shop were they read a code.Was the crankshaft sensor.$230 parts and labor.Get a book and save money.Also turn your key on "dont start" 3 times wait till odometer reading comes on, the 3rd time it will tell you a code but only if check engine light is on.

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I had a problem with my Jeep doing the same thing. It turned out to be the Crank shaft senor. It would just turn off even on the highway at 60mph.
If you can change it yourself you will save a lot of money.

Posted on Aug 25, 2008

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