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there are some issues with the actual connector that plugs into the coil, and the harness connectors at the ECM, the one on the right connects the coil's negative pulse line. The crank position sensor wires and O2 sensor wires sometimes get worn if they are not properly routed and can shorten out. Make sure that all your connectors are clean, tight and that you use new dielectric grease. This of course only holds true if your crankshaft sensor is new and properly connected, because that would be my first guess. The only other issue that I can think off is that there were some distributor problems and I do believe that Jeep had a recall on those. You might want to check with your Jeep mechanic. Also, may be you can get it on an analyzer and see if it gives you a code that would narrow it down a bit. There is more info [http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f13/infamous-stalling-problem-identified-temporary-cure-1997-grand-cherokee-1112078/|on here] and if you need the service manual, you can download it [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3166024/jeep-manual-fsm-grand-cherokee-wj-2001-manual-01wje-pdf-september-27-2011-6-34-pm-70-4-me?da=y|here]Hope this helps, good luck.
there are some issues with the actual connector that plugs into the coil, and the harness connectors at the ECM, the one on the right connects the coil's negative pulse line. The crank position sensor wires and O2 sensor wires sometimes get worn if they are not properly routed and can shorten out. Make sure that all your connectors are clean, tight and that you use new dielectric grease. This of course only holds true if your crankshaft sensor is new and properly connected, because that would be my first guess. The only other issue that I can think off is that there were some distributor problems and I do believe that Jeep had a recall on those. You might want to check with your Jeep mechanic. Also, may be you can get it on an analyzer and see if it gives you a code that would narrow it down a bit. There is more info [http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f13/infamous-stalling-problem-identified-temporary-cure-1997-grand-cherokee-1112078/|on here] and if you need the service manual, you can download it [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3166024/jeep-manual-fsm-grand-cherokee-wj-2001-manual-01wje-pdf-september-27-2011-6-34-pm-70-4-me?da=y|here]Hope this helps, good luck.

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原帖由: oldturkey03 ,

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there are some issues with the actual connector that plugs into the coil, and the harness connectors at the ECM, the one on the right connects the coil's negative pulse line. The crank position sensor wires and O2 sensor wires sometimes get worn if they are not properly routed and can shorten out. Make sure that all your connectors are clean, tight and that you use new dielectric grease. This of course only holds true if your crankshaft sensor is new and properly connected, because that would be my first guess. The only other issue that I can think off is that there were some distributor problems and I do believe that Jeep had a recall on those. You might want to check with your Jeep mechanic. Also, may be you can get it on an analyzer and see if it gives you a code that would narrow it down a bit. There is more info [http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f13/infamous-stalling-problem-identified-temporary-cure-1997-grand-cherokee-1112078/|on here] and if you need the service manual, you can download it [http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/3166024/jeep-manual-fsm-grand-cherokee-wj-2001-manual-01wje-pdf-september-27-2011-6-34-pm-70-4-me?da=y|here]

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