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Fuel injectors I have a 1998 Cherokee Classic 4.0 straight 6 and I am not getting fuel to the moter. I just put a new fuel pump on it the other day and it does have good pressure. I am thinking that my injectors might have gotten some dirt into them. Is there any way that I can get that fixed without having to buy a new set of injectors for it?

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Well first check the emergency fuel shut of switch it is usually located in an area of impact so that if you get in a wreck it kills the motor it might have got switched off by hitting a bump to hard or something..and also check your fuel filter and all the lines..

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