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1990 2.5L 4 banger. (just sold mine a 2002) I have 3.8L now. 2008
what transmission mine was 5speed manual stick , is yours?
ever do the 60,000 mile tune up, all service points under that column?
tune ups do work and have pay back in fuel savings. " if in gas so much" i cant noodle that.....????
stall when , when you lift throttle and push in clutch.
when it stalls is everything !!
and when, coming to a stop light??????
and last and very important, can a fast right foot save the stall..?
i only have questions, and need all answers above, to proceed.
we can fix it. but i cant drive it and see all this.
Could be the cps, however it also sounds a lot like a failing fuel pump. Check to see if you can hear the pump running right after it stalls and you turn the key back on. If not, the pump is beginning to bind.
It could be the pump but you need to verify if you can hear the pump running after it stalls and you turn the key back on to try and start it. If you don't hear it it isn't running. The pump is inside the tank but it dosen't come inside, you need to put it in there. That requires removing the tank. On a 90, there is a filter mounted on the chassis near the left rear tire. I'd replace that first as if you replace the pump, that should be replaced as well and if it's plugged up it may in fact be the only problem.
since its a 1997 your jeep has EFI, electronic fuel injection. The most probable reason for your troubles would be the injectors or a problem with the computer controling them, not allowing enough gas to be pushed into the cylinder causing stalling or lack of power, also too much gas iin the cylinder can lead to back firing and stalling. This would also explain the reason it takes so long to start back up some times, all the excess gas in the cylinder is flooding the motor and u have to wait till the gas disipates till the engine will turn over.