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1989 jeep grand wagoneer--no gas getting to carb.--

This GW was a recent purchase. I was in transit home when the wagoneer suddenly lost power. The car will start, but will shut off again immediately afterwords. I thought this was an electrical problem, however, my mechanic states that all the electrical factors check out The mechanic determined that no gas is getting to the carb. Is this a fuel pump problem? Any suggestions would be appreciated.

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Before replacing the fuel pump try disconnecting the gas line and turning the motor....does gas pump out consistantly??(remember this is gas and take the proper precautions) then check or change the fuel filter, you dont say if its the 4 cyl or 6 cyl ...6cyl carb can develop a problem like this, i know used to own a jeep eagle wrecking yard., if both gas flow is good, filter is good then its carb or ignition. .... easy

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That may be right - no gas in the carb is likely a bad fuel pump, or a clogged fuel filter.

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