Question about 2003 Jeep Liberty
At this point, you don't have enough info to narrow the problem down sufficiently for a good diagnosis. You may have a plugged converter, an obstructed fuel filter or a computer problem. Most larger parts stores do a free computer scan. If you hear a wheezing noise from the exhaust, likely it's the converter. If you run a fuel pressure and delivery test, (or just replace the filter (yours is likely mounted on top of the fuel pump) if it has not been recently changed, you may find your answer there. Most times one of those items will help!
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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