So I was on an eight hour road trip and my car lost power with no throttle response and then died while I coasted to the side of the highway. I got it towed back to a friends house and the tow truck driver said that the distributor cap seized up inside and then twisted itself, shutting down the engine. Then he said that it had to be replaced and reprogrammed before the car would run right again. This doesn't sound right to me since I thought you could just pull it out and put in a new one, but it is one of the newer kind, the distributor-less ignition system, in an '01 wrangler sahara 6cl. I would rather just buy it and put it in myself, has anyone had this problem or replaced their's before?