Question about 1994 Jeep Cherokee Country
Only good hands on testing will give you a valid answer to that question. I'd pay special attention to fuel pump pressure (measured at the rail), cam, crank and throttle position sensors (and possibly map sensor).
Those are the items that are most likely to cause a shut-down...Others will make it run poorly.
Many of the larger parts outlets do code testing free. Have that done and see what comes up. At this point a code for O2 sensor should be ignored as that can often trigger when another more important one is out of range.
As I said, without testing I'm only making an educated guess, but I hope something here helps you.
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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