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Car stalls and turns off at stop light and has to be restarted

When first starting in the morning , it will start and run for a minute and then shut down and has to be restarted , have to hold the pedal down to keep running sometimes

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  • graygl Jan 20, 2009

    to sthomas904, it does it on very cold mornings.



    Thanks

    graygl



  • scott thomas May 11, 2010

    is it cold on the mornings, is it just in the mornings?

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Dirty fuel injectors will cause this sort of symptom. Purchase a bottle of Chevron Techron fuel injection cleaner and put it into the fuel tank. If dirty injectors are the problem, this should clear it up in a few days. What is the mileage on this car. Above 60,000 miles, sludge will sometimes cause the idle control motor to stick, which will also cause this problem. If the injector cleaner does not work, remove the idle control motor and clean it with aerosol carburetor cleaner.
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SOURCE: in the morning have to hold gas pedal down to start

Wrong air/gas ratio of mixture. Nasty problem, can be dirty nozzles or dirty air filter, almost invisible crack in a hose, loose input manifold or similar, low coolant level, making the auto-choker to behave funny, the choker's sensor, old worn gasket on the carb. I haven't looked at Cherokee, so sorry if there are no carb engines for it.

Posted on Nov 10, 2009

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