1997 Jeep GCL 4.0L automatic 4WD 140K. Very well maintained vehicle with all
After a basic tune up, Cap,Rotor,Wires,Plugs, oil change and filters the sensors started to fail. First the Idle Air Control Valve then Throttle Position Sensor then the Autoshutdown Relay and finally the Crank Position Sensor after it died at an intersection($225 tow home). Codes were cleared after each sensor replacement and no codes were being displayed.
The current symptons are: Engine cranks but will not start, No spark from coil, No check engine light in any key position or codes from my Jeep code scanner, Scanner can not link with PCM, A/C clutch engages when the key is turned to the on position. And open door chimes sound intermittently even when doors are closed.
I bench tested the coil, and Camshaft Position Sensor at both ends and results were normal.
When running properly this Jeep is a pleasure to drive. If anyone has any ideas I would sure welcome them
have the same problem?
Friday, August 17th, 2007 AT 6:03 AM