Question about 1989 Jeep Wrangler
My jeep wrangler engine started stalling when driving and sometimes at idle. I changed the plugs, oxygen sensor, distribuitor cap, rotor, and it was beautiful again. Two days after, the same problem and I also get a real strong smell of gas which led me to believe the problem was in the fuel mixture ratio. I checked everything again and the plugs and oxygen sensor were covered with a powdery black substance, but I noticed there was an unattached vacuum hose on the throttle body cover, and I can not find the other end of the hose. Could that be it? If anyone can provide me with information where to get a full vacuum diagram I would greatly appreciate it. My jeep is a 1988 wrangler 2.5 L engine
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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