Question about Jeep Cherokee
First code relates to a cylinder mis fire. Others are from the fuel evaporative control system. Combined they may be the result of a vacuum line on the evap system leaking and causing a lean engine condition. If you don't see anything disconnected or broken in the engine compartment or under the car, have a shop do a "smoke test" to see if anything shows up.
Posted on May 27, 2010
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