Question about 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Several items can cause this...throttle position sensor, idle air control valve, bad ignition wires, cap or rotor or even fouled plugs or a vacuum leak. Best thing you can do is obtain an inexpensive manual such as chiltons or haynes and do some testing. Worst thing you can do is start buying parts and replacing everything till the problem is solved (that most times will cost more than a visit to the dealer)
No decent shop will do any repairs without first testing, neither should you.
Posted on Nov 13, 2009
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