Having problems with your 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

It stalls while driving, when it first started happening it would re-start after a few minutes- now it won't start for quite a long time. We were told it was the fuel pump by two different mechanics, and so we replaced both the pump and fuel filter and it did not make any difference with the stalling problem. We have also used fuel injector cleaner, manually cleaned the fuel lines and are relativly sure it is not an electrical problem.

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 16-04-2018

Answers :

When it stalls, can you hear the fuel pump running when you turn the key back on? If you can, then the pump is good and the wiring is OK. If not, check the pump relay in the power distribution center.
Did either of the mechanics that advised you actually do any testing? Did you do any testing?
Have you tested the crankshaft position sensor? It can give identical symptoms. To do proper testing you will need a chiltons manual (better than haynes especially for electronics) and a digital multi-meter.
Check the cps both when engine is working and when it has stalled. (cam sensor can do that as well as ignition coil but cps is most common.)
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