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Check engine light reads i have moisture in the evap system


if it drives good,why not just ignore it ,till spring
(usa answer) its 85F here.

its the gas tank venting system.
or
learn to use a real scan tool
then post the DTC errors or savvy persons can wax smarter

in bad weather evap systems are in fact noted for there malfuctionig or flat out lies.
try to imagine when the fuel tank,goes from hot to cold
the gas cap ,vacuumbreaker opens and sucks in fresh moisture laden air, and then that vapor, freezes.
no power on earth can stop that. (key off)
wait till spring and stop worry.
or post errors.
we can work single word fails ever,"evap"


no starts
open gas cap
whisssssssss
put back cap
and start car
run now.?

if not scan it while cranking, omg dTC errors. try not to guess
read the errors, lots can fail cold.
does engine start using spray test fuel method?
if yes, its fueling issue
cap is first. on tank filler, those too can freeze and fail, all by thereselves..(vacuum breaker faILURE)

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Overheats on hot days changed cam sensor thermo still stops till it cools


These are tough to figure out sometimes. To name just a few, radiator hoses colapseing, see if there too soft when you squeeze them, head gasket, is the oil white looking that would indicate a head gasket are you losing any water in the radiator.. see if air could be getting around the radiator maybe a rubber seal is missing. Like i said tough to figure out, just keep looking..good luck

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sounds like you have a over heating issue most cars no a days will kill power and shake like this.the computer is like a back up safety tokeep you from destroying the engine.because when you let it set for about 30 minutes or so you can resume driving normal till the temp gets in the red I assume then it will start shaking and big loss of power.have you cooling system checked out to make sure.hope this helps you out.

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2003 sebring sedan in hot weather or when going an incline of any kind engine light flashes, car just slowly makes it to 30, even though pressing gas pedal to floor. car shutters and bucks several tim


I would start with checking the computer for trouble codes.
Could be a long list of possible causes.
Sounds like lack of fuel or fuel pressure but there are several sensors that could cause this.

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Excessive pressure in fuel tank


Hot weather makes venting the tank difficult, but the system should still let most of the fumes out. You may notice some air pressure when taking the cap off, but no liquid gas.

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Jerking and losing power


Probably bad ignition system which can be anything from a failing coil pack,ignition wires or cracked spark plugs. Look closely for signs of missing by looking for cracks in plugs,bad plug wires or a white/green crusty chalk build up on the coil

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you may be experiencing vapor lock you will have to open you gas cap from time to time in extreme hot weather to let some air into your tank.or have a gas line cooler installed on yur vehicle.

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1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee. Stalls out,engine quits running


since its a 1997 your jeep has EFI, electronic fuel injection. The most probable reason for your troubles would be the injectors or a problem with the computer controling them, not allowing enough gas to be pushed into the cylinder causing stalling or lack of power, also too much gas iin the cylinder can lead to back firing and stalling. This would also explain the reason it takes so long to start back up some times, all the excess gas in the cylinder is flooding the motor and u have to wait till the gas disipates till the engine will turn over.

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