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I have a 98 jeep grand cherokee and when i turn it over it idles real high how do i fix this this .and when im driving it and come to a stop or turn it turn out and i half to start it back up again why is that

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I had to replace the coolant sensor. Take it to Auto Zone and they will check it for you and tell u what u need.

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check for deposits in the airhorn at the breather end

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SOURCE: 2004 jeep grand cherokee idling problem

check your throttle position sensor and idle air control solenoid.

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SOURCE: 2004 jeep grand cherokee idling problem. Revs motor 200 to 500 rpms higher while driving.

I had the exact same problem on my 04 GC. I put some Techron Concentrate Plus Fuel System Cleaner in from Wal-Mart and it seemed to fix the problems right away. Let me know.

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SOURCE: my 2005 jeep grand cherokee stalls on me while im

I had the same problem. It was getting to where the car stalled every time I stopped. I took it to the dealer and they told me that I needed a new Idle Air Control Motor and a complete fuel injection service (including spark plugs and wires). The price tag...only $750.00. I went online to a few different forums and consulted a trusted technician in my hometown and was able to fix it myself. The problem was carbon buildup on the throttle body. It sounds difficult to fix, but it is right at the top of the engine and easily accessible. Click here for directions to clean the throttle body. I suggest the one where you remove teh throttle body first, you can get it much cleaner that way. I know the link is for a 2004 and older, but it is the same process for 2005 and up. For the cost of a can of throttle body cleaner and some shop towels, it is worth it. Total cost to do it myself was $6.50 (yes, six dollars and fifty cents) and about an hour. It has not stalled since and that was about 6 weeks ago.

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SOURCE: my jeep grand cherokee started overheating at idle

try the water pump - first - make sure the radiator is really full - take the cap off cold and fill - if it looks full - start and run 8 minutes or so - then fill it up - look at ur fan belt - is it tight - tight is about how much pressure u use to make a firm hand shake with little movement - any movement over about an inch is loose - when the jeep warms up the belt can slip and not even make a noise - - new materials don't always squeal. - then be sure ur water pump is ok - they go slowing - the fins wear down - one more thing is the radiator - u don't say how many miles or what maintenance schedules you have or not so that's it for now

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