Question about 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 2 Doors
It is an ECM (electronic computer module) issue. You have either a sensor failure or an actual mechanical problem that has been detected by the computer and your OBD (on board diagnostics) is attempting to identify it. See OBD code. Since your ESP light is also on, chances are the problem is electronic and deals with detecting traction problems while driving.
Depending on the age of the vehicle, it could as simple as an O2 sensor or fuel filter... Or a spendy computer part.
A reputable shop can scope the problem and identify the OBD code, then you will know. Good luck!
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