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2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee

Runs fine for a couple of days, then with no warning, it will either die after pulling away from a stop or just will not start, after running it for a while. A mechanic told me it could either be the fuel pump or a sensor, both choices being pretty steep in price. Where do I start to try to figure this out?

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  • clemensclan Apr 02, 2009

    Thank you for your help. My mechanic had mentioned that the crank sensor could be the problem but also said the fuel pump. So I really needed a second opinion. I do appreciate your help, Apprentice!!!!

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May b crank sensor! Try pouring cold water over crank sensor at the bellhousing when hot and acting up!

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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    mcrain106 Feb 25, 2012

    WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU POUR COLD WATER ON CRANK SENOR HOW DO YOU KNOW IF ITS BAD

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More than likely sensor than pump as i have experianced similar from other make vehicles.
part is available from rockouto.com much cheaper than you will pay hear in oz, past experiance has been good with this mob and del usually 3/5 days.
very easy to replace your self if your keen to try

Posted on Apr 07, 2009

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