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Possible: could/would not start 'cause not bled from air, battery died after trying too long to start,fuel pump fuse/relay burned out from trying excessively ??????
Posted on Dec 29, 2013
Testimonial: "a so called mechanic excessivley tried to start it until battery died> what do u mean bled by air? i replaced the relay now car still wont start anouther mechanic told me battery is to weak to take a fullcharge and is not the right sixe for my truck"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1988 Jeep Wrangler wont start.
Try your camshaft possition sensor. If it is the same as my problem I just had to replace that and it started right up. Oh and mine was built into the distributer assembly. Take off cap and pin it's the plastic thing at the bottom. Should just pop out and you have to go to the dealer to get the part. Hopefully this helps!
Posted on Jun 15, 2009
You may have to prime the fuel pump. Or replace the fuel pump if that does not work. Why do you let it run out of gas? This is definately not good for an injected motor. It will continue to cause more and more problems. Fuel injectors should never run dry.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
change the filter first. IF the pumpwas bad it wouldnt start at all. It could be going bad but the only way to really test it is to pull your gas tank and at that rate you may as well replace it.
you could have a clogged injector causing the lack of fuel as well. you can try injector cleaner, Lucas is my personal preference I use it at every fill-up. 4-6oz per tank of gas depending on your tank size.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
Maybe the fuel pump is going out have the fuel pressure checked. Or you have a defective coil pack. You should have taken it back to who ever put the coil pack on, right away when you first started having trouble.
Posted on Jan 04, 2010
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