1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited
This just started yesterday.
Instance#1: After about 10-15 of driving (note: It had been about 12 hrs since it was last used) I was waiting at a traffic light when it stalled. I attempted to start would not crank over. A few minutes later I was able to start it right up no issues. Drove it about another 20-30 min to work.
Instance#2: Same day about 11 hrs later. I left for home about 10-15 min into driving on the freeway at about 65 mph it stalled and was able to get it over to the side of the road. I tried to start it right back up, just would not crank over. I opened the hood checked for any loose wires and checked the battery cables. Started right up, maybe a few minutes had gone by. Drove it the rest of the way home about another 30-40 min no issue.
Instance#3: Next day. I started up about 30 minutes before leaving for work. After about 10-15 minutes idling in my drive way it stalled. It would not crank over after trying to re-start it. I tried a few times even after what felt like a few minutes as with the previous instances. Still would not crank over. Went back inside to finish getting ready came back out and started it right up, drove it all the way to work no issues about 40 min drive.
Thoughts? Keep in mind the battery was just replaced two weeks ago along with 8 plugs, wire set, distributor-cap, rotor, pcv and ignition pickup. About two weeks ago battery died, replaced it and car would not crank over had it towed and the replaced the previously mentioned.
Update: Now that I have been at work for about 6 hrs, it will not even start at all.
Update: I took it to another mechanic who specializes in Jeeps. In less than 2 minutes he found an issue, ignition pickup. Hopefully its the only issue. When ever he would just wiggle the wire coming from the ignition pickup it would stall. Supposedly according to invoice it was replaced. However when I observe the wire coming from it, it looks old. More updates to come.
Update: After taking it back to the original place to have them re-check there work they discovered that some of the parts they replaced where bad. Supposedly they replaced the coil, camshaft, ignition pickup. This was on 3/17. Its been driving fine since with the exception the ABS light came either that same day or the next. Then on 3/29 It had a hard time starting, not sure how really to describe it. I turned the key once to start it started to start then made some odd noise (twice). I turned it off and back on again and it started. I noticed today the Check engine light came on and received error code 43. So I am taking it back to them again.