how to fix a sticking valve???
ive got a 93 jeep cherokee country and i believe it has a sticking valve. what can i do to take care of it? Thanks
Seafoam is around 7.00 dollars at NAPA and you pour it down the throttle body or use a vacuum line to suck it up into the engine. Thats about as far as my knowledge goes with seafoam.
1997 Jeep Cherokee Country 4.0 4X4 8.25 rear
2006 Jeep TJ Sport Auto White Jeep Club #90
Originally Posted by TheMightyGoat View Post
joejeep is right, except you can get it at just about any parts store. You put it in either your throttle body, brake booster vacume line, oil, gas, or whatever you want to clean. if its going in your motor, let it set for bout an hour, and start it up. Depending on how dirty your engine is, give it 2 or 3 doses.
my jeep has the confused prerunner syndrome....4.5" in the rear and 2" in the front.
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