Question about 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee
I think your throttle cable is very low, that's why the car dies when it's not moving. When the throttle cable is low, then engine becomes very low and must die when the vehicle is idle.
Adjust the throttle cable by raising or increasing it from the engine. Make sure you don't raise it too high to avoid overheating and high gas/fuel consumption rate.
Or you can give it to your mechanic to raise it for you. It's very easy but technical. Your local mechanic shouldn't charge you a dine for this.
I hope the above makes sense to you.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
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