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Hi Im David, please allow me a moment to look up some information
so all of these codes went away while it was running good after the sensors were replaced? did the check engine light ever go out?
P1391 JEEP - CMP or CKP Signal Intermittent Condition Possible causes - Timing belt or chain stretched or jumped - - Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor harness is open or shorted - Camshaft Position (CMP) Sensor circuit poor electrical connection. plus all of the coil faults...you need to do a compression test and check the timing at #1 tdc
ignition components, i.e. coils, crank sensors,cam sensors,ignition switches tend to be very vulnerable under heat. theres a thermal breakdown of a component since it runs good when cold. do you have a scan tool that can read live data? also when you turn the key to the on position (not start)does the check engine light come on?
ok. good. what i want you to do next is a back pressure test to determine if the catalytic converter is clogged. you will also need to remove all of the ignition coils and compare resistance readings from all of them.
if you find a coil with a fairly different resistance reading form the rest, this very well may be the source of the problem as it will continue to get worse under load or heat.
were you able to do anything as of yet?