I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM THAT "JESSIESJEEP" HAS ON YOUR FORUM
1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee • 94,000 miles
The postings on your forum for "jessiesjeep" has the same symptoms as my jeep has. Your last post that I could read on hers was October, 2011. Did that post continue until it was resolved? Both the same year models. If you have more on that client, it would possibly save postings and time.
April 18, 2012.
April 18, 2012.
I'm like most Jeep problem owners, I have had it with this Chrysler money maker. I'm a disabled Vietnam Veteran and can't afford to be stranded out on the highway or needed my car for medical emergency.
Like others, this is a nice car inside and out or I wouldn't even be posting this message.
You're getting a code for intermittent loss of Crank or Cam signal. If you want to try something, put another Crank sensor in it. Other than that, you are going to have to determine what function/s drop out at the moment it dies and diagnose it from there. You could have a wiring issue for the Crank/Cam sensor also
Just started it after sitting all night and it started right up and ran perfect around the block several times (I am afraid to drive it any further) even on complete acceleration. Parked in my drive and idled, shut it off a couple of times until it got up to operating temp and then it started to idle rough coupled with hard starting and rev up missing and popping and sputtering. Engine light came on code PO 353 "Ignition Coil C Primary/Secondary Circuit". Cleared that and started up again, no engine light but tested code 1391. I am letting it cool off now. It did not outright die on me this particular time.
Yes, sounds like you have a bad coil also but that is a secondary issue to the dieing.
Replaced coil yesterday. On my second crank sensor in 6 months, new cam sensor, new throttle position sensor, and new Champion plugs. Ran out of ideas, that why I contacted you.
It's not a matter of ideas. It a matter of systematically finding the problem in the circuit. Just because you replaced a sensor a few months ago doesn't mean anything. These cheap Chinese made parts fail all the time. The problem could be in the related wiring too. that's not something i can find from here. Someone there has to find out.
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