Question about 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Well there could be a problem withthe fuel pickup in the tank but personally I would just keep the tank full above a quarter. And that's speaking as a professional who could certainly take my own fuel tanks or pump/pickup assemblies out of my own cars if I had to. Removing fuel system components is a hazardous and even dangerous activity. If you were on a long cloverleaf and cornering a bit hard, it's not unusual to starve the engine for fuel with that little fuel in the tank.
Posted on Mar 13, 2011
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