Question about Jeep Liberty
Posted by Anonymous on
Thanks for choosing FixYa Garyre and welcome to the site. They are actually a few things that can cause this. You want to make sure that you have no vacuum leaks. Make sure the air filter and fuel filter are not clogged. Check your fuel pressure to rule out any fuel issue. If it is low, besides the fuel filter, it may be a leaking injector. If you haven't had a tune up in a long period, this may be your problem. Change the plugs/coils, wires, distributor cap, coil pack. More then likely, one of these are your problem. If you have any questions, feel free to ask and thanks for using FixYa and have a good night.
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