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My 1992 Wrangler only starts when it wants to. It started this after i put premium fuel in tank. i have replace cps it started up 3 times then it would not start. I dont understand, it ran great now it cranks when it wants.

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Distributor or fuel pump/filter. You can spray WD40(as this will not knock the engine, like the starting fluid does) into the intake and if it acts like it wants to start then it is the fuel system if not the ignition system ( distributor, sensor, plugs/wires ) Hope this helped Tim

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