Jeep cherokee turns off while driving. new crank sensor new distributo…

Jeep cherokee turns off while driving. new crank sensor new distributo...
OK EVERYONE LISTEN UP ; If you own a jeep exalted cherokee, as I do ( 2000 year ), you know how frustrating they can be. possibly you wake up in the dawn to go to start your jeep annd sure enough it doesnt fire, or you ‘re driving down the road and it dies as you slow down or going up a hill- most of the time it fires back up, however this isnt always the case. If you are having the same problems as i ‘ve had, and by the looks of it most of you do, then I hope this aid. today I took my jeep to Central Auto in Blountville, TN, of course after dealing with many other mechanics and replacing the crankshaft, camshaft, 02 sensors, fuel filter and indeed on without any achiever, and trust me when I tell you this ridicule knows what he is talking about. He ‘s deal with these problems for many years on many jeeps, and has quite expensive scanner in which can read just about anything, unlike a lot of other garages you might come in contact with.Anyways, what Ive gained from taking my jeep to him and after dealing and gathering information for years, is find a machinist who has dealt with these problems specifically ( patronize until you fine one, it will be worth it ! ) With mine, he discovered and enlightened me, that it makes all the dispute in the mark name parts that go into these jeeps. About a year ago one had my camshaft detector replaced with a brassy part and sure enough the lapp problems persisted. Rick at central car discovered with his scanner a bad camshaft detector, and told me to replace with a mopar camshaft part which is what ill do thursday when it arrives. Make certain whatever code specific to your jeep gets erased, before you go putting a part in. Im not positive this will do the whoremaster, but ill keep everyone informed if it does. In the interim I suggest you go to a chrystler franchise or where always you can find the original MOPAR parts, before taking it to a garage in which may very well stick some bum parts in your jeep, as they did in my case, and youll notice the problem persist. Im not a automobile mechanic, or a car fancier, I do have some basic cognition tailored to these jeep grand cherokees as I have dealt with them for 11 years now, so believe me I feel your pain. Ill get back on here soon and hopefully provide everyone with some much needed relief .

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