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1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee chugs after it warms up. I've changed the fuel filter and it is still having the same issue. Could it be some sort of sensor?

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  • alwaysdeep Aug 14, 2008

    same problem, hot or cold still chugs and sometimes won't start.

    also a strong smell of gas

  • kaskryp Aug 15, 2008

    I was having the same issue where occationaly when accelerating from a stopped position, my jeep would hesitate. The yesterday it became consistant at every stop. I gave it a little extra gas at a stop sign and she killed on me when I started her back up the check engine light came on. I hooked it up to a computer and it said it was an output shaft sensor. Something to do with the speed sensor on the tranny.

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Try removing idle air sensor and spray with carb cleaner. spray out the hole that it goes in. carbon build up.

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Hi G. Sanders,
I have a 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport which I love and has a K&N filter and approxmately 140k miles. I'm not sure if we are having the same problem but here goes; within a few minutes of cranking up, my Jeep goes through a "chug period" for a few minutes. During those minutes it seems it is not getting fuel.I cannot trust it to pull out in traffic because it seems to lose power during this time as well and sometimes backfires. After a few (maybe 3-5 minutes) it's fine. It doesn't matter whether it's 35 or 95 degrees, it does the same thing. I've had a Jeep "Expert" to look at it and put it on a computer but could not identify the issue. I cannot offer a solution unfortunately but hopefully some Jeep "Angel" can. It is very dangerous and I'm hoping someone can offer some advice. Good luck Jeep buddy.
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Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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