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Jeep rechargeable floodlight JXSL10. Have light, but no chargers or instructions. Anyone know the specs for the charger? Thanks!

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you could have vacumm problems making it seem like the timing is off, but the other guys are right on the timing!!!! it could be throw-body problems, like crack manifold problems. This year has thhis type of problem sometime. Try spraying WD-40 around the vacuum hoses, & manifold to see if the motor changes rpm????

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SOURCE: I HAVE A DURLAST GOLD JUMP STARTER WITHOUT THE CHARGER FOR IT DOES ANYONE KNOW WHAT KIND OF CHARGER IT TAKES?

There should be a sticker on the back or underneath on the bottom that tells what charging voltage should be. If not look where the charger plugs into the box, it should say how many volts it is and what polarity it is.

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