Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
Posted by Anonymous on
When this happens the number one culprit is the fuel cap either not being tight, or having a bad seal. If that is not the case here, then I would suggest that you cycle the ignition key on and off 5 to 7 times, making sure that you do not activate the starter, then your check engine light will start to flash a series of codes. It may blink 5 times, so that would be a 5, then it may blink 2 times and that would be a 2, so the code would be 52. Once you have the code(s), then you can eliminate the guess work, because there could be several things that could cause the engine light to illuminate. There are some auto parts stores that will run a free diagnostic, but seeing as how you have a 1995 year model, which is the year before manufacturers' started using the OBD plug in, you may have a difficult time finding one that can perform the diagnostic. The dealership will be able to do it, but you will have to pay.
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