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Jeep wrangler, starts out sputtering then kicks in and goes

Its a 99 wrangler over the last few months it has developed the proble when it starts out it chugs and and then kicks in and goes, spark plugs have been changed, electrical sysytem has been checked and still nothing any sugestions

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  • hunterbledso May 22, 2009

    I'm having some kind of the same thing...mine sputters, especially on a cold start. Its even died a few times. I bought an Optima Red-Top battery and it hasn't done it since. Good luck to ya.

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Bring it to a mechanic or buy a new car ****.

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