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Default Cherokee -98 2.5TD stops/stalls

My Cherokee stalls during driving. It happens when I release the throttle quickly after holding 2000-2500 for a while (for instance when coasting into a stop sign, shifting gears). I can also reproduce this error standing still. throttle to 2500---wait 4-5sec---release throttle quicky. After it has stopped it starts easy as nothing has happend. No errorcodes.

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Changed CPS(Crank Position Sensor)
Switched the ASD relay with another one

I know this has been discussed before but and I have read some posts about the same problem and I had hoped changing CPS was the magic solution

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It's your tps =p
Seldom shows a code, don't know much about diesel models, but I'll bet you
A brass razoo that's your issue =p
Have you recently gone wheeling?
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No just normal driving. Is it located on the throttle pedal itself on the diesel version?
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I had to check wikipedia about you expression "brass razzoo"
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Hahahaha, It's on the throttle body itself, the one that runs on the same pivot as the butterfly, I'll happily put some pics up if you need em
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Hahahaha, It's on the throttle body itself, the one that runs on the same pivot as the butterfly, I'll happily put some pics up if you need em
can't remember seeing a butterfly/throttle body on a diesel
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Have you changed fuel filter recent??

Also a run through with an injector cleaner will help.


Well it sorted mine when it was happening to me
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I have just changed my filter and ran an injector cleaner. Seems like the TPS on the diesel is called "accelerator pedal position sensor" and is located :

Accelerator Pedal Position Sensor (Diesel ,LHD) - BK Near T/O for ECM - C1, C2

T/O = Top Off ???
In my world that is the connectors on top of the throttle pedal

Anyone has a partnumber for it?
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Ok... Since we all pointed out uncle Dan's diesel knowledge it a tad iffy I've done quite a lot of reading
And asked some people I know...

So I trouble shoot from cheapest to most expensive (can't really blame me)
Good you ran injector cleaner,the t/o has to do with the throttle (t being for throttle, o is your guess)
There is a couple of O2 sensors before the cat you might want to
Look at, make sure you are getting good connection.

Are you getting any misfire?
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