I have had my Jeep worked on twice for the same problem and it still occurs. After driving about 50 miles it loses power and eventually I have to pull over. If I wait a few minutes, I can drive again, but with reduced power. Who should I take it to that can really resolve this problem and not just say it is fixed and charge me for their time?
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Answer #1Johnny Mopar February 15, 2011, 14:01Master
You local Jeep dealership iis best equipped to diagnosis your concern. Judging from your description, Your symptoms sound like your fuel pump module filter is partially plugged up. I would consider replacing the entire Fuel Pump Module assembly ans well as the inline fuel filter located under the body