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When driving my 96 jeep cherokee will shut down and it takes several mins for it to start back then it will do the same thing again what can it be

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Crank shaft sensor, as soon as car warms up, it will skip (engine stutter(, then when engine cools, so does crank shaft sensor. Good Luck

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