Having problems with your 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

When it gets really cold out the jeep wont start.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 23-04-2018

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It's either fuel or spark, if it starts later in the day after it gets \015\012warmer out,\015\012 I would suggest you take a good look a your choke to see if it is \015\012binding or sticking, and also run it to empty and put some fresh gas in \015\012there and fill it up so it won't condensate as much and get a lot of \015\012water in your tank.

Could also be the crankshaft position sensor. This can be checked by \015\012reading codes from the engine controller\015\012.
Most autozone shop will do the scanning free of cost.


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First thing you want to do is check you spark plugs. They do make a world of difference. New plus will start just about any cold car. If the plug and the plug wires, (which also determines factors) are both good, then you may have a faulty cold start injector
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