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95 jeep grand cherokee dies at red lights and when you take off

95 jeep grand cherokee orvis edition 4.0 auto slectrack 4x4. when you start it it will die unless you keep it running for a min or so but then when you get to a red light it will die and when you try to go it falles of it face ??????

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First, check to see if any vacuum hoses have split or fallen off. Next, check codes.(if an 02 sensor code comes up, ignore it at this point) I would also remove and clean idle air control valve (close to throttle position sensor on throttle body) When cleaning, clean out the port in the body and spray off valve end but do not turn it. I don't remember seeing an egr valve on any of these engines but if you have one, remove and clean it as well. You have a good clean fuel filter in there and cap, wires and rotor are in good shape, right?? This is not a specific cure, but will get you moving in the right direction!
good luck

Posted on Feb 12, 2009

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