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1996 jeep grand cheerokee laredo,wont start.

I have fuel pressure oil pressure, and spark,i changed the fuel filter,ignition module,then i checked my rotor cap it was all melted inside so i replaced that ,before i replaced the rotor cap i kept trying to start it alot ,so im thinking i washed it out flooded it bad,i smelled my oil dip stick and it smells like gas,i removed all my spark plugs and they were all wet and smelled of gas very strong,i left my plugs out all night and this morning i opened my hood to try and dry it out any kind of info would be very much appreciated,am i on the right track?before it stopped running it would stall out on me every once in awhile,now im thinkin it was do to the melted rotor cap,but i changed and im hoping it just flooded.help me out here.please!!!!!

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  • duckinpgh Oct 02, 2009

    i must of left out that it is a fuel injected straight six engine,help me out on that.i am very thankful for your advice.its my fault i left the fuel injection part out.

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Of course you are. Try drying it up and restart. If it still doesn't start, take the air filter assembly sitting on thecarburetor . Open the carburetor. Inside it, is a float, that closes the fuel valve when the reservoir is full and open it, when the fuel goes down the level. This control the fuel flow into your engine. You can adjust this such that it is just parallel to the cover holding it. Be careful in removing the carburetor cover. This hold a small valve just above the float. Do not lost it. When everything is checked up. You can assemble the carburetor, and screw it back in place.
Put the air filter assembly back in place. Now, that
you are done, you can restart your car engine. Good
working, you can do it.

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  • rolando ingking Oct 04, 2009

    Before putting the air filter assembly back in place, Let somebody
    start the Jeep, check the carburetor if you can see an atomize spray
    of gas in it as it is crank to start. You must have an atomize spray
    if it is to start. A solid spray will cause a fuel flooding. Solid spray
    indicates worn out injector nozzle in your carburetor. You must replace it to get it right. Go back to your Jeep and get this done.

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