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How do I thaw a frozen fuel line in a 95 jeep grand Cherokee?

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I am doing a motor swap in my 95 jeep grand Cherokee, I am puttin in a 5.2 liter v8 which is what is stock. My question is on my original motor I have one fuel line coming from the rail and on the 94 motor...


to clarify, if i understand correctly your old engine has one fuel line and the replacement has a feed and return line on the fuel rail. if this is the case the usual thing to do would be to use the fuel rail and injectors from the old engine"stock engine pulled from your vehicle" Its not unusal in an engine swap to need to re-use the origianal sensors, harness and fuel system due to design changes from year to year. in your case, the engine going in is a year older than the one being pulled so i would definately use all componets off of the 95 placed on the 94 replacement engine make sure to use the factory harness for the 95 as well. please forgive spelling and grammer long day at the office Good luck let me know if you need any further help!

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My 91 jeep grand Cherokee just cut off on me. when i put fuel in the engine the jeep starts but when i run it no fuel makes it to the engine. so how would i begin to fix this?


Start by replacing the fuel filter but most likely the fuel pump is bad and will need replaced. It is inside the gas tank so not a real easy job to do.If you live in a cold climate you may also have some water in the fuel which can freeze and cause no fuel flow. Add a bottle of Heet to the tank to disperse the water and mix it with the fuel so it will burn off. If it is froze in the line you will need to get it in a warm place to thaw out.

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2000 Cherokee: Thought I had run out of gas at the house but put more gas in and wont start. It does start for 2-3sec then dies. What could it be ? fuel filter??


Are you located where it is below freezing? May just have a frozen gas line. If not I would suggest a fuel pump of fuel filter.

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Where is the fuel filter located on a 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited?


Location of the fuel filter on 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It is in the fuel tank and is part of the fuel pump assembly/Module system. It's exactly in front of the fuel tank on the Driver's side. The fuel filter lines have tabs on them pinch the tabs and pull the line off. Good luck!

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95 jeep grand cherokee starts up fine but when i put it in any gear exceot nueltruel shuts off


sounds like it is starving for fuel. check or repace fuel filter. when load is on engine, it needs the proper fuel to injectors. check fuel filter.

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What other yrear transmissions will fit in the 95 grand cherokee with the 6cyl besides 95?


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After i start my 95 jeep grand cherokee limited


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