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Fuel filter replaced, won't idle, egr?

Truck bogs out, acts like it starving for fuel. Would it be the egr valve and the o2 sensor? 5.2 engine.

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SOURCE: 1990 jeep cherokee laredo 4.0 liter 4x4

check the ballest see if that works

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Check PCV valve and be sure it is not stuck open.  Check for vacuum leak at intake manifold.  

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If you changed the battery or it went dead before your test ,it reset you history you will have to drive it a couple of weeks to update you emission control module then have it retested

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SOURCE: 1993 Jeep Grande Cherokee wants to stall

DONT BE CHEAP IF IT NEEDS IT DO IT JUST MY ADVICE JEEP ARE DIE HARD

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SOURCE: Misfire problem... engine stumbles at idle

my jeep was misfiring and i changed the same parts you changed.... When you changed your crank sensor, did you get parts from the dealer? if not u should trying changing the crank senor part from tne dealer. After market parts do not work good on Jeeps I had to learn the hard way..

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I'm working on a 2000 suzuki esteem 4 door car it acts like its not getting enough fuel but has good fuel pressure


The air filter is okay?
Personally, I would look at the MAF sensor - try disconnecting the electrical connector and driving the car. A warning light will appear on your dashboard, yes .. but if the car behaves as it should that points towards a faulty maf sensor.

Also try removing and cleaning your EGR valve

Here's a couple of links that may help:

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MAF Sensor Suzuki Esteem


problems with egr valve and catalytic converter for suzuki esteem 98


You can also try disconnecting the O2 sensor - see what the car runs like.

My advice would be to NOT follow all the advice you get. Try things yourself. Your car runs ... but somewhere in the MAF sensor- EGR valve - O2 sensor there's a glitch. Do the simple things first - disconnect the MAF, clean the EGR ..

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Car idles fine, but sputters, bogs and dies if gas pedal is pressed.


new spark plugs this decade. (a tune up?0
the filter is part of all 60k tuneups. letting it clog wrecks good pumps.
my wild guess, its lack of fuel flow, do to old filter.
or low fuel pressure.
car is identical to a Corolla. so is not unique or rare as some Geo cars are.
the cam belt not changes, invites valve kissing piston tops. BOOM
end of engine. (costs more to fix then worth of car)
the word is bogging, my engine bogs
if if bogs WOT (wide open throttle) and dont catch up < ITS NOT THE TPS. ever.
tps bad causes short bogs, called hesitations.
The map sensor , is what measure air flow and the ECU matches fuel to this air flow.
my guess, is it does that, but fuel pressure is like 15PSI, bad.

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The regulator is on top of the engine along the gas line. It has a vacuum line on top. Start the truck and pull the vacuum line off the regulator. If fuel comes out of the regulator, it has failed. You can run pretty rich with a busted regulator-especially at idle.

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1989 chevy s10 4.3L 4x4 (automatic)Truck idles and runs great when cold. As soon as it reaches operating temperature It acts like it's not getting enough fuel. It will have an erratic idle and when I...


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I have a 2001 Windstar, the wife has been complaining of running rough for some time but tonight she came home and was adamant that I do something. I took it for a test drive and then, on the freeway the...


If the fuel filter made a big difference, then the most likely was water. Add a can of alcohol fuel drier and see if that helps. Water is much more adhesive than gas, so acts like a thick slug that plugs up injectors.

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