Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
And then the following items were listed as the most probable cause here with others like me. If you can talk to a good mechanic look at these scratch one or two off
1. Ignition module/
3. Idle air control motor /O2 sensor?/ throtle position sensor
4. Crank position sensor/ the connector that connects the electrical control unit to the distributor of your vehicle replaced.
5. Fuel pump fuse/relay
Posted on Jun 08, 2009
Crummy mileage = normal; our '97 which hardly ever is used for trips gets 11-12 MPG around town - don't whine.
The best we ever achieved was ~ 18 on the only long trip it ever made.
But then we drive stupid too, and are long-time radar detector users.
You didn't mention how many miles you have on yours but one thing might be; you may be due for a timing chain which can cause that surging effect.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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