No. It would only prevent you from starting.
NO it will not.
Your 94 jeep Cherokee is stalling out due to a faulty connection in the neutral safety switch. Try repairing or replaceing the switch.
It mostly is your neutral safety switch i had the same problem good luck
I'd start with the kickstand safety switch.
This is usually caused by a faulty seat safety switch.
Typically this is caused by a bad seat safety switch.
Check the operating mechanism
faulty throttle position sensor?
The kick-stand switch or clutch lever switch have failed.
The vehicle would stall when put in gear would be the fuel pump. The fuel pump is very weak which would explain why in neutral the vehicle starts if it gear it would have to have more gas.
your tcc could be faulty, assuming its an auto. faulty neutral switch maybe
u got problems take it to a mechanic
yes it can
Having the speedometer jump and the engine stall in the 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo could be a problem with the idle and the transmission. The transmission slipping can cause the speedometer to jump.
If your car has a automatic transmission, put car in neutral get a rolling start then switch to Drive. If car stays running your problem could be a solinoid switch in transmission. The trans. is stuck in second or third gear which would cause your car to stall out.
There could be a few reasons why a 2000 Jeep Cherokee would stall in stopped traffic. There could be a fuel line clogged or there could be a bad spark plug.
A fuel pump relay switch can cause your car to stall after starting. A malfunctioning fuel pump relay switch can cause your car to not start at all.
usually the factory alarm
on every door panel there's a switch disconnect all the switches at the same time in stall new fuse and try to roll down 1 window at a time .each time reconnect a door switch and which ever one blows the fuse your problem is in the switch or the motor start with the switch first.
Yes it can. Instead of an inertia switch, GM ran the fuel pump through the oil pressure switch. If the engine quits running and loses oil pressure but the key is still on, like say in an accident, the fuel pump is shut off as a safety precaution.
The Kawasaki ZZR1200 has a Sidestand Switch located by the sidestand. If you attempt to pull away from a stop with the sidestand still down, the motor dies (don't ask how I learned about this 'safety feature'). If sidestand is up, possibly the switch is bad and needs replacement.
bad fuel filter
check your fuel pump.
one of the map sensor or vacuum switch.
It must be a faulty kill switch, they don't go off by themselves.