Fixed one problem, create another!
So the jeep would seldom start, and when it did it would die after a couple minutes. Those couples minutes though, it ran like a champ! No loss of power or any other symptoms, then it would die. So after a little searching on the forum and Google, I decided to replace to crank sensor. Fixed the stalling issue! Cranks up every time now and stays running, cool.. but now, while accelerating, I've noticed a huge loss of power.. and what feels like a "skip" or "jump" kind of like transmission slippage, but I know it's not the transmission. Thought that maybe with a new crank sensor the computer may need to "recalibrate" so I unhooked the negative terminal on the battery and left it for about 10 minutes before hooking it back up. No change. Any ideas? I got the cheapest crank sensor the parts store sold (think I paid 30 bucks or so for it) so maybe it's just the part itself being poor quality? Are there any steps in replacing the crank sensor that maybe I fudged up or missed? Any guidance is greatly appreciated!
Edit: Realized I didn't put in my year or give any identifying information. It's a 99 WJ limited.