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Jeep wrangler 98 mistake a 2500-3000 rpm

Hi, I have a jeep wrangler 1998 with 72 000 miles only. I live in quebec CANADA in the summer my jeep is ok but in winter i have mistake a 2500 - 3000 rpm .. the last year, i had changed the tps after it was well ... but this year it have the same problem ..? the cheak engine is on.. but a idle its ok and at -30 celsius it start ok but the shock are off.. i think that is the contact.. I don't know the code of cheak engine i d'ont have the computer..

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You are going to have to check the codes.Then we will know what the engine is asking for.
A code reader can be bought at Canadian Tire for $30 to $40.

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The check gauges light is normal because at 400 rpm it isn't running fast enough to build sufficient oil pressure. I am guessing maybe a vaccum leak???

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Sounds like the catalytic converter or muffler are clogged. There isn't much exhaust at idle, but when you accelerate your exhaust volume increases, thus if your catalytic converter or muffler are clogged the restrict the exhaust escaping out thus causing an excess of back pressure which won't allow the engine to breathe normally.

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