Question about 1989 Jeep Cherokee
I replaced the ignition coil and that solved the bucking and stalling problem. However, even with the new fuel pump, new fuel filter, and new ignition coil, I'm still having problems. I still get a hesitation when accelerating and when the engine is at normal operating temps it does not want to refire. Could the problem be the pressure regulator or somewhere else?
If the Jeep is stalling when hot and hard to restart, replace the crankshaft sensor.
Posted on Oct 13, 2008
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