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Old 01-18-2013, 10:16 AM
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This goes for oxygen sensors also, it'll throw codes and run like **** til its warmed up. Only use Mopar
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Old 01-18-2013, 01:34 PM
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Yea i have heard that about the o2 sensors, that can be a pain. , Good word Karmatt.
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My Jeep was very rough at idle and would stall. Had it at the dealer 3 times. No help. Did a quick search here on the forum. TPS sensor was a common problem. Cheap fix and easy to install yourself. No problems since.

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Old 01-22-2013, 10:15 PM
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Stalling started this past summer '12. Only occurs at idle...stopped or slow speeds while slowing. Dash does not light up, power is not interrupted. She just quits. If I just try to start it...it'll catch for a second then die. I have to turn the key all the way off then it'll start just fine. On my 3rd set of plugs...latest set has been in for over a year....stalling started fairly recently.
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Crank position sensor? or cam position sensor. If it stalls all the time when stopping , Try putting the tranny in neutral as you come to a stop. If it still dies, that rules out any tranny sensors that could cause the engine to die. It could also be a main harness that when you stop, it moves forward disrupting the signal to the engine.
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Good advice on the crank and cam positioning sensors. For the cost of them and ease of acess, I'm gonna change mine out once this winter freeze is over, although i'm not having any issues, just a little pm
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Exactly, on my old zj 4.0 i was lucky it threw a light, 25 dollar part and some arm scratches it was all set. Overland any update? Pm is the way to go, saves headaches but sometimes things go bad you would expect to last the life of the vehicle.
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OK! So the plugs that they sell at parts stores and at mopar have the same part number. However they ARE different. The mopar plugs have a coated contact and the element is about 1/8" longer. Who wouldve thought right? Swapped the plugs and ran for about 30 minutes. So far so good.
There is a STAR case out about it and any dealership has access to it. apparently something about the plug differences (or coils being bad) causes voltage feedback to the PCM which confuses it and results in a "loss of conscience" situation in the pcm in turn tripping the ASD relay.
Dont run out and spend $80 on plugs just yet though, I will drive it for a day or two and let you know if the problem is solved....



Did you replace the coil packs or just the plugs? If just the plugs, has the stalling problem went away?
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OK! So the plugs that they sell at parts stores and at mopar have the same part number. However they ARE different. The mopar plugs have a coated contact and the element is about 1/8" longer. Who wouldve thought right? Swapped the plugs and ran for about 30 minutes. So far so good.


Out of curiousity since I recently changed my plugs with Champions from OReillys, so today I went and purchased another one as well as one from the Jeep dealer. Exactly the same... well except for the price! $1.99 vs $5.09...





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I have found that if i put it in neutral when stopped or coming to a stop it wont stall. weird hmmm?
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