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1998 jeep wrangler starting issues

1998 jeep wrangler starts hard when cold.

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    Carburetor or fuel injected & what engine?

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Hi Dava224 i had the same problem with my 1989 CJ. when it was cold out i would pump the gas pedal 3-4 times before turning the ignition. it puts a small amount of fuel in the motor without stalling it out. it wont start as hard. another good idea is to keep some fuel stabalizer in the tank everytime you fill up. hope this helps

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