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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check your catalytic converter. If you are over 80k miles, these devices will wear in stages. The first stage of wear is slower gear change at cruising speeds when approaching any type of incline. Second stage is the engine light will reveal a faulty oxygen sensor. Because the converter is basically a "filter" built into the exhaust system, it wears by slowly clogging, which leads to no starts, no power, and sometimes a blown head gasket. If your mechanic removed the oxygen sensor before the converter, theres a strong chance it would start right up.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
hello,good day,first we are in fuel side,better to install a fuel gauge,to determine the right pressure, is not mention your fuel pump relay,this should also check,some occasion the power supply is missing,now if all is in order (fuel side) then your switching unit(transistor box) need tobe check,assuming your engine is 103 engine,ty
Posted on May 19, 2009
It could be the computer. Computers can diagose whats wrong in your car but it cannot diagnose itself. Get a jeep mechanic to check. The computer might of gotten water in it. In a 1996 jeep grand cherokee the computer is right over the right wheel when you looking straight from a seat. The wheel may have slung water or mud up into the computer.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
SOURCE: 1987 gmc jimmy wont start
yea you have no fuel and sound like a bad harness and the gm's are know for there fuel pump harness's! did you change it when you changed the pump? there is a lose connection somewhere in the fuel delivery system and it's pretty simply! i would check the fuel pump relay on the left hand side of the engine compartment and maybe even put power to the pump at the relay position "b" on the fuel pump relay harness and there should be a one pin connector to put power to also connected to the same position on the relay "b" the wire should be tan and white! good luck
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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