Most of the post were answered by "caradiodoc", any way I'm a ex-auto mech trained on Mercedes, BMWs, and a host of others but haven't actively work on much of anything for 10/15 years. I currently have a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.0 auto 2wd with 94,000 miles. It was intermittent in stalling, shutting down, misfiring, hard start, all the things that this model is noted for. I replaced the in-tank fuel pump a and the crankshaft ps a few years ago when it started stalling, etc. It did fine until a few months ago it began doing it again, check engine light on. It stalled numerous times last month coming back from a 15 mile trip and was lucky to get it into my drive. I have replace the crank sensor since then. It did fine for just a few days and started same thing. Replaced ECM and flashed at the dealer. Engine light still on indicated 1391 and code 352. Replaced camshaft position sensor, coil pack, and throttle position sensor. It start right up and ran fine up on test drive until engine warmed up and started stalling, spitting, sputtering, and popping back thru intake when accelerator pressed down.
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.
Wednesday, April 18th, 2012 AT 5:30 PM