Question about 1989 Jeep Wrangler
Hi! May I suggest de-coke? I know in modern times fuels are refined better but you may be running a little too rich on one or more cylinders so flecks of soot remain glowing causing run on detonation. Maybe a fuel additive or neat RedeX?
Hope this helps?
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