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Jeep starts sluggish and then wants to die

1999 Jeep Wrangler 2.5 Manual Trans
My Jeep starts sluggish and then wants to die out unless I work the gas pedal. It seems to run fine after it warms or is running for a few minutes. The battery checks out ok and the starter seems like it works ok. I just put a throttle body spacer and Airaid cool air intake but it does not seem to be from that. Any help?

Milt in Baltimore

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It is most likely from that actually. You may need to adjust the air / fuel mixture after modding the intake. Sounds like its getting too much air.

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