I have a Grand Cherokee Lorado V6 4 wheel drive with approx 250,000 mile on it. It sat for 1 year not being used. I just got it running again. It is quitting on me though. I have had it checked by 3...
Hello, I read this and wondered if anybody changed the fuel filter or checked the fuel pressure at the Injector rail. When you remove the fuel filter you will be able to do a fuel sample.
Also what I wondered about is "What Service areas have your on-board computer diagnosed?" It sounds like the fuel pump Relay is overheating and kicking off.
If it does this again, you said the engine turns over, it would be beneficial to the Mechanic to know if there is spark at the plugs. This would clearly separate the problem between fuel and spark.
The length of time to cool down before Resetting needs closer investigation. I am wondering why it takes a day and not 4 hours to cool off. You need to try it sooner to narrow the time line. I am thinking about fuel separation versus overheated parts. The hottest parts are on the Exhaust and the cool-down rate for Relays and Water temperature sensors just don't equal 8 hours or more. So you can kind of eliminate potentially bad parts by when the vehicle will start again.
I hope my input has been helpful and I would like to know the end result for this problem to help others.
Jan 31, 2011 |
1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee