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I bought a 96 Cherokee Classic for my daughter and after a few minor repairs it was running and drivable. she has been driving it for about 3 months now and it has bee great until the last couple of days. She said that she is driving and all gauges drop and the engine quits. I towed it home and checked it out pulled fuses from underhood and found none bad. found ground cable loose and tightened it and it started and ran again. Next day she was on way to work and same thing happened again I checked and lights worked radio work and ect. I then opened hood and pulled 60 amp fuse and put it back in hearing it connect (sparking noise) told her to try it and it started and she was off. any clue why this is happening or cause.
My 1998 Cherokee sport with 266,000 miles does the same thing. I have found that smacking my open hand on the dash fixes it until the next time. The Check engine light also stays on (the error code says O2 sensor but both of those have been replaced along with the entire exhaust system) but I think they are all symptoms of a bad connector behind the dash. That is just a guess since I haven't torn the dash out to look yet.
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