Question about 2001 Jeep Cherokee
Yes, there is a fuel filter it will either be in the fuel line somewhere near the tank, usually on the frame rail, or, it may be a servicable part of the fuel pump assembly, also incorperating a fuel pump pressure regulator into it ($) I suggest that you remove and clean the idle air control near the tps on the throttle body. Don't turn the spindle end while cleaning and don't loose the "o" ring seal. It won't hurt to have codes checked either...it may save a bunch of "tail chasing".
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
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