Question about 2005 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I can't give you a direct answer but maybe some ideas..... Check around for vacuum leaks. If you are unsure how to check vacuums, type in google how to. Also, how many miles? Condensation plays havoc on electrical connections and can mess with performance instantly. It did on my 94 cherokee. Check intake/butterfly plate for dirty/carbon build up and clean with appropriate cleaner. Check plugs and wires for resistance - use dielectric grease. I know this is a bunch of checks, but this is all free before replacing parts! Hope all goes well!
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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