Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
I had a problem with a fuel return line that caused my 95 YJ to do the same thing. It was getting flooded after a few short miles, and would not start for a while. You can buy a fuel pressure gauge and check the fuel pressure, if the pressure is to high that might be your problem. I took my fuel return line off after checking the pressure and tried to blow thru the line with my mouth and could not. After dropping the fuel tank I discoverd that my skid plate was dented in, causing the bottom of my fuel cell to be pushed up and the end of the fuel return line (in side the tank) to be blocked. Good Luck, and if that ends up being the problem you may want to replace your spark plugs, they may have been fowled because of the excess fuel.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
Bad wiring or a loose connection.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
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