96 Jeep Cherokee 6cyl - replaced crank shaft senser - ran fine for a couple of weeks with no jerking or sputtering - then it started back - what should I try next?

Asked by Oct 18, 2013 at 11:38 AM about the 1996 Jeep Cherokee Country 4-Door RWD

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Have you inspected the coil wire? the like to corrode, and burn inside the wire. Other thing is coil itself. Is it sputtering or does it die?

We replaced the fuel filter. Seems to be ok for right now. But if it starts back stuttering, I will check that. Sometimes it dies.

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