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Check fuel pressure at the injector rail. Could be pump is failing or filter is clogged.
Posted on Jul 28, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
when a cherokee have trouble starting i always go to the crank sensor first it on top of trasmission you crank the motor on the fly wheel you have accumulation of rust and before the crank sensor notice the engine turning it take a long time me i remove the crank sen sor visualy check if it crank i change it and i used some abrasiv sand paper or something like that i ask somebody to crank the engine i put the sand paper in the hole of crank sensor when the engine turn sand paper clean the flyweel be carefull for our finger after install the sensor and try it out good luck pierre
Posted on Jun 24, 2008
Take the air inlet hose off where it enters the throttle body and take a look at the throttle plates. It is likely that they’re dirty and have a build-up of carbon deposits. That is the most common cause for stalling that we see in the shop for your vehicle. Sometimes all it takes is a good cleaning to cure the stalling problem. There is an idle speed setting on your Jeep, but to check and/or perform this service step requires the use of a computer scan tool for your vehicle. If the cleaning doesn’t help ask a repair facility to check and reset, if needed, the minimum idle speed on your Jeep.
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
hi april, it sounds like the camshaft position sensor is failing!...question?, does your temperature gauge work normaly?, is there any check engine lights on? if so let me know the code number and i can help ya! good luck, marty
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
change the fuel filter. and clean the mass air flow sensor usein a can of carb cleaner from any parts shop. depending on the miles on your car the timing belt mit have jumped a tooth. have to change it every 120.000 km.
Posted on Apr 25, 2010
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