Question about 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee
When older vehicles are driven to the point of running out of fuel, the deposits in the tank are sucked into the line and clog the filter and the line. On a 13 year old vehicle, I'd say you probably had this happen. You may be able to clear the debris by removing the gas cap and putting a small amount of compressed air backwards through the system by removing the line that feeds your fuel rail. put the air into the line slowly and have someone listen near the tank. After a while the debris will be cleared of your lines and backflushed through the filter. Gas should flow freely after that. Change your fuel filter asap though after it's running again. Or yes, it could be the pump.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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