Question about 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Well Normally, the car/jeep engine stall varies depending on the operating temperature of the engine. When the engine is cold, the stall is higher to facilitate engine warm-up; when warm, the stall drops. A car/jeep that has an stall that gets stuck at one speed (normally on high stall) and fails to change is usually a sign of a carburetion problem, generally a problem with the carburetor stall solenoid. A malfunctioning carburetor can negatively impact a car/jeep engine stall. By interfering with engine air/ fuel mixture, engine stall speed, and fuel flow, a carburetor problem can cause a car/jeep engine stall to become choppy and irregular and, in many instances, cause a car/jeep to shut off. So first we suggest to check the carb. then we go on fuel pump..........
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Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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