Question about Jeep Cherokee
If it were running that rich, you should be fouling the plugs. Take a
look-see at them for carbon deposits. The plugs should have a nice-tan
color to the ceramic insulator around the center electrode.
It sounds like a classic case of vapor lock. Have any alterations been made that would move heat close to the fuel lines? Or, do you possibly have a dirty fuel filter?
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Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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