Question about 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee
First of all the early 95's were OBD1 so if your jeep was made before june of 95 IIRC you will have an OBD1 diagnostic system, and it is different then the OBD2 plug the guy was looking for. It could be a bad MAF sensor, a plugged cat, a bad injector, a timing issue. You need to go to the right place to get it checked out. Phone around to the shops and see what they charge to run a diagnostic on your jeep. A good place will usually run it for free, or cheap. They will also give you competitve prices on the repair needed. Also they should let you know if they find anything else wrong, and ask before repairing it. Phone the BBB for a list of reputible shops in your area.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
I WOULD FIRST TRY A CAN OF GAS ADDITIVE , I LIKE SEAFOAM BRAND BUT THEY ARE ALL ABOUT THE SAME GET ONE THAT CLEANS AND GETS RID OF WATER IN THE FUEL BEFORE I SPENT A LOT I WOULD TRY IT ,COULD BE A LOT OF CAUSES BUT THIS IS THE CHEAPEST
Posted on Nov 08, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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