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2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited 4.0L Starting VIN: 1DTRYTHGF1
Greetings Jeep techs, I have a cherokee here that has starting problems. It started with the customer having to but the shifter down through the selector and back to make it start (auto trans). It sounded like a neutral switch to me, I replaced that- its a 3 p...

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1992 Dodge Grand Caravan LE 3.3L No Start VIN: 1B4GH54R2N
It seems, based on the responses, that these vehicles are known for fuel rail leaks. Also, there is a recall for that issue on the '96-'99 models having to do with rusted out rails. This vehicle had no leaks before the deisel went into it and was beginning to ...
1998 Dodge Grand Caravan SE 3.3L 3-2 shift VIN: 2B4GP44R5W
Good evening Techs, I think we have fixed this one. The customer travels a lot in this van and was patient with anything I tried. I tried a quick learn with the red brick several times and after customer making three long trips we still had a problem. I then c...
1999 Dodge Ram 1500 Van 5.9L Poor Idle Quality, Misfire VIN: 1B7HF13Z3X
Sorry to post the fix so late, but I wanted to be sure it was fixed. It turned out to be the crankshaft sensor, as best as I can describe it, as partially shorting out. It would not cause the engine to die, but as I described in the post, to have a random misf...
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