Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
HI, this is a fuel distribution issue, coupled with a airflow issue as well. I would replace the fuel filter asap, if possible. i would also recommend replacing the air filter as well. this will improve combustion(A clean air filter is essential for proper combustion).
Next. Inspect the PVC Valve and the hose as well. the valve may be clogged and, the hose may have collapsed as well. replace each component if found to be faulty.
Before you preform the suggested procedures above, have the ECM scanned for stored trouble codes. you may have some codes stored that will point out a hidden issue. this will happen at times. You can receive a scan at your local dealership or your local Auto zone auto parts store as well. (Auto Zones will scan for free)
***(Have the intake manifold gasket inspected if possible)
Posted on Jul 18, 2009
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