Question about Jeep Grand Cherokee
Went to the Zone and got them to analyze the engine and get the codes.
Speedmeter filling around.......replaced sensor on transmission
Engine acts like it doesn't have fuel....... Seafoamed the throttle body and made sure the carbon on sides and flapper valve was removed. replaced manifold sensor.
Turned the key off and on 5 times to reset the check engine light.
All this fixed for $62 dollars. Fixed it in the parking lot.
Runs great. Now I don't know how long it will last but I know the Seafoam in the throttle body scrub bit really makes thing right about once a month. Also adding gas additives every other tank full to keep fuel injectors clean.
Posted on Jul 26, 2008
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