Why is my Jeep grand Cherokee Laredo turning over but won't stay started

Asked by Brittany An Brand Jan 27, 2017 at 06:22 AM about the 1995 Jeep Cherokee

Question type: General

I have a 1995 Jeep grand
Cherokee Laredo an just the
other day we parked it went
out the next day to leave an it
started but died out we tried
putting it in neutral it started
then died out again . Then we
got it to start got it down the
street now all it does is turn
over but won't catch or stay
started any ideas what could
be going on with it.

4 Answers

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May have a fuel issue. Start by changing the fuel filter. If that doesn't help the the fuel pressure would have to be checked. Possible bad fuel pump or fuel regulator.

My 2004 Grand Cherokee two wheel drive 6 cylinder Jeep was showing a couple sensors which I took care of and the last one was a thermostat sensor which I changed after I changed it and went down and I left one code which is p0118 which is a thermostat at that point light engine came off everything good I took it for a drive and it didn't want to advance it didn't want to go over 25 and if it did it took a minute there before does anybody have an idea what it might be

was it the crankshaft positioning sensor?

It's the ignition switch. Guaranteed. $35.00

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