Question about 1998 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I have the same problem and like everyone else im reading about i started with the usual, new plugs and wires, and was thinking fuel filter next but it dosent seem to be helping anyone (at least the ones i read from different forums) with the problem. im gonna try cleaning out the intake with carb cleaner next.
It could be either a vacuum or a fuel problem. Sounds like you have the ignition covered. If the engine light is on have Autozone check it for codes they do this for free. No codes I'd check fuel pressure if it's low you've got a bad pump or faulty regulator.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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