Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Starts right up and runs fine, Few mins after running it loses all power, Put the Pedal to floor and acts like no fuel, no power. Drove 50 miles last night and no problem, On way back home, Seemed like no power, was able to make it back to town, but after getting off interstate, not much power to get through side streets. Left Parked over night, Started right up this morning and ran fine. Drove 3 blocks and then no power, put in neutral and reved up, seemed like no fuel. Parked it and came back 10 mins later, Started right up, reved up and had plenty of power. Totally lost.. Thought Maybe ECM or Catalytic converter.
If fuel filter hasn't been done lately I would start there & if you can, have fuel pressure tested while your at it. You may have tired fuel pump but pressure test will confirm. If you recently filled up somewhere different last time you got gas, I'd also try some "Heet" or similar just incase you got a tank full with some water in it.
Posted on Dec 13, 2008
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