Tip & How-To about Jeep Cherokee

Useful info needed when communicating car/truck problems.

When posting a question on FixYa regarding vehicle starting, idling or running problems or any other symptoms, always state the year,model and how many miles are on the vehicle. Were there any repairs done before your current problem??? When did this problem start, and is the vehicle at normal operating temperature or cold temperature when your problem ocurs?? This info, when provided, will help in a fast diagnosis and fast response.

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What are symptoms if bad


Anything from "it won't start" and "it's runs rough" to "where did that fire start anyway?" The question cannot be answered with the information provided. Please state manufacturer, year, model, engine size, transmission type, and 2WD/4WD/AWD as applicable, as well as the symptoms of the problem and any efforts/attempts you have made thus far to determine and/or repair the problem.

Feb 02, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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starts runs really roughit pops through the air box till you get the RPM's up and then it'll it'clear up you let off the throttle RPM's drop you give it gas it goes flat to actually get the car to move you have to pump super fast then spudder it gos


you have'nt stated vehicle model and year so this is going to have to be a general opinion , have the OBD codes read should point to the sensor/switch circuit that may be causing the problem , if vehicle is pre 1996 the obd is less sophisticated so will get less info but still worth doing ,from your description of the symptoms i'd suggest the timing could be a issue but quite where the cause lies would need further diagnosis , keep me posted if you wish

Jul 19, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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ACT sensor


no car STATED, NO YEAR, OR Model or engine option (size)
turn on? (this word works ok for light bulbs) sorry !
cars dont turn on.
they crank, then start.
or crank start and stall.
is this car really so old it as a CARB? really?
i ask that because you mention sensors.
first post what you are driving, and then stated the symptoms. clearly
step by step is best.
engines run in stages from cold to warm then hot coolant.
each stage can fail.

Apr 06, 2014 | Suzuki Cars & Trucks

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turns over but won t start back fires ,tried starting fluid did not work changed fuel filter


Compression in the radiator is a sign of a blown head gasket, a head gasket needs to be inorder

Feb 02, 2014 | Dodge Grand Caravan Cars & Trucks

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