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Jeep stumbles or stalls when you come to stop

Could be a speed sensor or Throttle position sensor. Depending on the age of your jeep, you should be able to get an inexpensive code reader that will connect to the computer and tell you what is wrong. You can also get great support at Allpar Dodge Chrysler Plymouth Jeep and related cars minivans and trucks . This user supported website has excellent forums on repairs for all kinds of Jeeps and Chrysler products.

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I wouldn't replace the injectors, especially not all 6 or 8.
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Problem while driving 1987 jeep cherokee

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