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1993 JEEP WRANGLER FUEL PROBLEM

I HAVE A 1993 JEEP WRANGLER AND THE FUEL PUMP WENT OUT SO WE REPLACED IT AND IT STILL WOULDNT START SO WE DID THE FILTER TOO AND WE CHECKED ALL THE FUEL RELAYS THEY ARE GOOD IT TRIES TO START BUT IT SOUNDS LIKE IT IS GETTING TOO MUCH GASS COULD IT POSSIBLY BE THE THROTTLE BODY?

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Umm i cant imagine what too much gas sounds like, but have you checked your fuel pressure regulator, and their respective Vacuum Hoses.
If that doesnt settle anything, check your ground. located adjacent to your battery, as well as your engine usually on the rear portion of the valve body is where you'll find it.

Thirdly, clean and inspect your cam position sensor. Sorry im posting several months later, but i see you never got your responses. Hope ya get this one.

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