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I have a 1988 jeep wrangler that will run great intill you here a

Click then it acts like it is loading up and will either die or almost has a new engine and never know when it is going to do it but i'm pretty sure the click has something to do with the problem.thanks

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  • skirk11218 Jan 20, 2009

    i've checked this and it seems to be working you know what the clicking would be right when the problem starts?the problem and the click seem to be related.thanks

  • skirk11218 Jan 21, 2009

    anyone else with another idea? it runs great intill i hear a click then will die or almost only does it at a idle or when i'm slowing down to stop.thanks



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Sounds like the choke pull off is not letting the choke to open fully. check that

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  • ying6117 Jan 20, 2009

    sounds like the choke pull off is not letting the choke to open fully. check that



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