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Old June 30th, 2014, 10:04 AM   #1
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Anyone wanna fix my jeep?

Its been having this same problem for a long time. It will drive fine and then all a sudden just die and wont start. I thought I fixed it a few times and its still happening.

We have replaced the cps twice, last time was a mopar part. Replaced the computer once. Swapped out a few coils, rotors and that other electronic piece on the cap.

Everytime we replace something it seems to work but then dies again after about an hour out on the trail.

Maybe something keeps blowing the cps, maybe its a fuel pump even, hell I have no idea I'm not a mechanic.

Anyone here that can fix this? I'm in waterford and will bring it anywhere within a 45min drive.

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