Question about 1991 Jeep Cherokee Briarwood
Posted by Anonymous on
Well to be honest with you I believe you are looking in the wrong area to begin with. The vehicle would not even start or turn over if the battery was bad and the alternator is basically just for the charging system which keeps the battery up to snuff. This actually sounds like a typical case of a leaking or broken vacuum line. Easily found by inspecting each vacuum under the hood for splits or holes by bending and twisting them or listening while it is runining for a hissing noise. The only other solution I can think of could be a TPS (throttle Position Sensor ) which you can check if you have an electronic scanner otherwise you will have to take it to you local mechanic and see if they can check it for you
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