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2003 2.4-liberty sport- was running fine -while traveling the engine just died- would not restart although lots of battery cranking power-Jeep sat for two months and then started up and ran fine for 1.5 hours and died again. Again cranking power OK but the engine would not fire.

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Sounds like the crank sensor do you know if you have spark now if not could be an ignighter.

Posted on Jul 06, 2009

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