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Intermittant loss of power

Hi I have a 2000 wrangler 2.5 Petrol low mileage has always worked
great recently it has started to either try and cut out with complete
loss of power or die completely. Normally it will start straight up
again and carry on but sometimes can take 10 mins to get going. The
engine check light is not coming on and no faults are being logged in
the computer. I have drained and cleaned the fuel tank and replaced
the pump and strainers. I have noticed that when its playing up the
fuel gauge reads about quater of a tank high. Any Ideas appreciated.

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  • sasha403614 Jun 13, 2008

    we have similar issues with our 99 wrangler. it seems to loose more power going up hills and has begun sputtering when we first start it. we changed the caty converter, plugs, air filter but wonder if it might be either the coil or the fuel pump. some told us it might be the O2 sensor.

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Try the crankshaft sensor.

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