Question about 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
Try openin the fuel tank filler. If there is suction vent system is blocked. There is a filter of sorts that vents to atmosphere but, due to emissions requirements, goes through a coelesant filter or something, The breather pipe is direcly behind the back wheel and therefore sucks in A LOT of dust that blocks the breather. This causes fuel starvation and collapse of tank.
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