Question about 1997 Jeep Wrangler
Try cleaning ur intake with throttle boby cleaner, an run some injecter cleaner through ur gas tank or use seafoam... (great stuff is seafoam).
if prob. persist check for vac. leak (u can replace all vac hoses for around $20-$25 bucks)
these 2 things should clear it up and r good things to do anyways weather it acually fixes it or not.
if thos dont work check ur sensors (tps, ias) u can go get a free check engine serv. done at autozone then ref. the codes to figure it out or let me know.
good luck and good jeepin
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
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