Question about Jeep Cherokee
Unless you have an engine light on, the first thing I would check is tire pressure. You should run at least 35 psi. Tire size can make a big difference also, smaller is better. If you have very large off-road tires, you will pay for poor rolling resistance. Use skinny, tall tires for better mileage. The other obvious item would be the air filter, make sure it is new every 10,000 miles. The computer is programmed to deliver fuel for an expected amount of air delivery, if the air can't get through, it will run rich and get poor mileage and performance.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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