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PROBLEM WHITH MY XJ 92

HI ALL. I`M MIKE FROM GREECE. I HAVE THIS PROBLEM: WHEN I PUSH HARD THE GAS TO HAVE MORE SPEED, MY JEEP IS LIKE IT DON`T WANT TO GIVE ME MORE POWER. IS MY PROBLEM COMING FROM THE ELECTRICAL? SORRY FOR MY ENGLISH.
THE MODEL IS FROM 1992 AND IT IS THE 4.0. L. ENGINE AUTOMATIC.
THANK`S
hotel_manakos@yahoo.gr

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Give it a good tune up by replacing the following:

Spark plugs and wires
distributor cap and rotor
air filter
fuel filter

Now add a fuel cleaner to get any water out and clean your injectors. That should do it.

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