Question about 1999 Jeep Cherokee
Run a can of injector cleaner through with your next fill and replace fuel filter but do in reverse order lol fuel filter then fill tank and add injector cleaner
Posted on Sep 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Disconnect your Battery.
Remove your air intake and filter housing all the way to the throttle body. Then use a shop rag and release te pressure in the fuel system by the valve on the fuel rail. use the rag to absorb the fuel as it sprays out the fuel rail.
then you unsrew the 2 bolts holing the rail in place.
Then you pry the rail away from the manifold with a flat head.
being careful not to loose any of your injector seals.
when done clean both your injector seats and the rail seats.
use some assembly lube or shop grease to lubricate all of your injector seals upper and lower seals.
remount all parts as you dismounted.
reconnect your battery cylce the ignition key 4-5 times before starting the egine, and check for leaks. if there is no leak then go ahed and start your engine.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
OK...I have a 93 outside...one diagram I have shows an ignition module next to coil...but there is none on mine, (4.0 engine)
Two items to check are crank sensor and cam sensor inside distributor. Test procedure can be found in just about any manual including haynes.
You will need a decent volt/ohm meter to do testing. You can also check codes by turning ignition switch on/off three times, leaving it on the third time. Check engine will flash code #'s (ex: one flash, pause two flashes= the number twelve.then followed by a longer pause then another set of flashes etc.)
Posted on Mar 05, 2009
Check spark to plugs. Possible crankshaft position sensor. Located at rear of engine between engine and trans.
Posted on May 28, 2009
If computer sees no crank sensor signal it shuts down pulses to the injectors. But, you bring something new into the mix. Make sure fender grounding is good so the relay can operate properly and make sure power going to it is not restricted by a loose or dirty contact on the power side.
Posted on Oct 23, 2009
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