Question about Jeep CJ
Likely you have a vacuum leak somewhere. check by spraying water or carb cleaner on the intake to head parting line and anywhere else there could be a leak. When you hit the leak, the motor will change idle or stumble.
Posted on Oct 08, 2009
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