Hard to start when cold on 1995 Jeep Wrangler

My 95 Jeep Wrangler is hard to start when cold. I replaced plugs, wires, distributor cap and rotor button yesterday, but no improvement. The problem became serious about 2 weeks ago. I can always eventually get it to start, and then have a strong fuel odor. Any thoughts? Thanks.

by in Norfolk, VA on November 27, 2010
1 answer
ANSWER by on November 27, 2010
Check the vacuum line going to the fuel pressure regulator if there are signs of fuel in the vacuum line the regulator will require replacement. I have seen the problem many times and will cause a hard start and fuel smell.
Related Items:
What would you replace first when all of a sudden the shifter goes into gear real hard when the jeep is running but ok when it is not. It started when we got real cold temps here in CT. I am not ...
I have 1999 Jeep wrangler with Approx. 90,000 miles. I've recently noticed that I have to crank the engine longer before the engine starts when the engine is cold. I also had the check engine light...
just had head gasket replaced ,after i got it back from the auto shop, use to start good hot or cold ever with bad head gasket.
67,000 miles just changed my oil, use synthetic and now the engine has a loud tick or knock at cold start up. After it warms up it quiets down to where you can hardly hear it at all. Once warmed up...

Related Content