Having problems with your 2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee ?

Engine wants to stall like in the old days with a dirty air filter, like it's not getting gas?

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-04-2021

Answers :

Lots of possibilities.
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\015\012One is clogged fuel filter, but that would be worst after higher speed driving over time.
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\015\012Another would be the mass air sensor, which can get coated with oil and water foam from the PVC. Clean it and it could improve mixture.
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\015\012The O2 sensor also gets coated with carbon, and that results in a bad mixture as well.
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\015\012Low fuel pressure from a bad pump, purge valve, or regulator can ruin mixture also. So can purge system leak, like a loose gas cap.
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\015\012Etc.
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