Question about 1994 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have a 94' Jeep Grand Cherokee and it constantly stalls whenever I am in park or slow down. I used to be able to just put it in neutral, but today it started to stall and die whenever I would let up on the gas going 20 mph or less. Not even that, my engine was recently replaced and when my car stalls out and dies, it takes 10 minutes for it to turn back on and the engine starts smoking. The coolant has also begun to leak, refilled it though and we can't find the leak in the hose or tank itself, and when I check my oil, the levels are normal but there is a white foamy substance at the very end of the dip stick. Does anyone have any idea what could be going on with my car?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i am a chrysler jeep tech. at a dealership i have seen alot of this in these jeeps 90% of the time the problem is between the driver door and the body open the door there is a rubber tube with wires inside, diconnect this ruber tube from the door pull it back and i would almost promise you will find some broken wires just strip them connect them buy colors solder them together and tape them up and your windows and or door locks will work like new
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
sounds like you may have a fuel delivery problem,There is a fuel regulator that keeps a steady pressure this may have the same tendencies as a fuel pump cavatating also,Have a good garage do a fuel flow test as well as a fuel pump pressure test.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
My 2000 Grand Cherokee had the same problem, without all the sputtering, it would just die approaching a stop. We could only keep it running by slightly pushing down on the gas petal when coming to a stop. I replaced the Throttle Position Sensor, but that didn't change anything. A new mechanic I found replaced the Idle Air Control Valve, and we've had no problems in a week.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
well i would check the tune up i have owned lots of jeeps and they needs tune ups about every 30,000 miles plugs wires cap rotor take a look at them and go from there
Posted on Jan 11, 2009
since its a 1997 your jeep has EFI, electronic fuel injection. The most probable reason for your troubles would be the injectors or a problem with the computer controling them, not allowing enough gas to be pushed into the cylinder causing stalling or lack of power, also too much gas iin the cylinder can lead to back firing and stalling. This would also explain the reason it takes so long to start back up some times, all the excess gas in the cylinder is flooding the motor and u have to wait till the gas disipates till the engine will turn over.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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