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Vehicle also stalls and sputters ,dies,won't start
I was doing donuts in the snow and heard a loud pop and the grill insert came flying off and the engine started to steam
I'm getting no spark and I changed the cps,pick up coil,ignition coil ever since I had eliminated the catalytic converter for a pipe the jeep started giving me problems,don't know if it might be the o2 sensor that goes in that area where the catalytic use to be also the obd scanner is not reading any codes the scanner starts to read and stays stuck scanning and never gives me a code and I know the scanner is good because I used it on other vehicles
I have a '95 XJ with the 4.0 6-cyl, and I went for a ride one night. It ran amazing all night until the way home. It idles at 800-900 RPM, when I touch the gas pedal it will go up to 3,000ish and start back firing and sputtering and climb no higher. But if I slowly, ever so slowly, push the pedal down it will climb up to 5,000. I don't understand. We checked multiple sensors, cut my cat off thinking it was plugged, and even added iso-heet to clear out any possible water. I've been told it's either my fuel pump or distributor cap. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Bought a new Jeep Cherokee Limited in 2001, its been well except for few repairs in the past 3-4 years. Lately, there is a whirring noise every time I accelerate and it is continuous, as though it is coming up for air...heaving breathing noise.
And, it makes noise when I turn steering to the right or left when making a turn.
Come to a complete stop but when I start to pull off its like my transmission didn't kick down to 1st gear. Give it gas rpms are real low until it kicks into 1st or 2nd gear. Sometimes I can downshift to first when it does it to get it to act right.
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