Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
If it does this when it's cold that's usually an indication of a leak somewhere in the fuel system allowing air in the line. It has to purge the air from the fuel line before it will start. But normally it doesn't have this problem once it's warmed up. I would look at the fuel system as a whole for this problem. Start by checking for holes in your fuel lines or lose connections and work your way back to the Fuel pump. If you find no holes replace the fuel pump, make sure you've replace the fuel filter as well if you have an external filter.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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