My 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee V8 Limited dies while driving
Sometime my 2002 Jeep Grand Chrokee V-8 dies while driving, I do not lose battery
power. It will usually restart right awaym and sometime I have to wait more than an
hour before it will start again. Just replaced, fuel pump, in-line fuel filter, starter, crank
sensor and O2 sensor, new battery. If anyone has any other ides where to go from here
check your air fuel ratio sensor, its on the back of the top of the engine. Mine did the same thing, I would just dip below 100 RPM and it would die at stop lights and when it was cold. If you don't fix it soon, it can cause a host of other problems. What you can do as a simple check is just to clean it, and your car should run MUCH better. Good Luck!
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