Question about 1991 Jeep Cherokee Limited
Sounds like you have thrown the kitchen sink at it!!! Have you done any testing to verify that the parts you replaced had a problem? If not, you can empty your bank account and not fix this.
I'd check the tps and also the injectors, which may be working but if pintles are dirty or worn out it can alter spray pattern...On hard acceleration, you literally can stick a garden hose in the air inlet and it will work...at lower rpm and load, pattern needs to be much more precise. I'd do a lot more testing and looking before buying any more parts though.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
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