Question about 2000 Jeep Wrangler
For a week now my jeep has been bucking and staling while driving down the road. Today it staled again and will not start. Three weeks ago I had a similar problem and found it was a broken wire going to my fuel pump. Could it be bad gas, fuel pump, or wiring?
First, re-check your repair to make sure it has not come apart. Check to see if the pump is running and pump relay is working. I'm pretty sure that your filter is incorperated into the fuel pressure regulator on top of the pump assembly..If the filter is not on the frame rail near the left rear wheel, that's where you will find it.check that you have proper flow and pressure. Your problem sounds like a possible plugged filter.
Don't forget that aside from fuel, you need spark as well. Make a quick check there to make sure you're not looking for the wrong problem. An easy way to check is to squirt carb cleaner into the throttle body while cranking. If engine starts, problem is on the fuel side.
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