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Jeep 2.5 missing under load Changedfuel filter checked for waterchanged throttle position sensor distributor cap changed crank sensor I even bought a book that doesnt seem to help

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Did you check for a cracked spark plug? or wore plugs?

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I've got a 1996 jeep grand Cherokee with the 5.2 v8 fuel injected Holley throttle body. My problem is while driving at soft or low acceleration it accelerates fine, but if you hit the throttle hard it

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