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1988 jeep cherokeet is backfiring through the throttle body and sometimes dont want to start what could this be?

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Sounds like the Crankshaft Positioning Sensor (CPS)

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It sounds like it may have jumped time i would take it to the garage and have them put the timing light on it unless you have a timing light

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