1993 jeep yj bogging down.
What up yjers. I need some help esp. from some who has experienced this issue before. For the past couple of months my 93 jeep yj 4.0 w/3 sp auto nhas been bogging down when working hard on hwy. I would be doing 65mph for a period of time and then I would feel a sudden jerk kinda feels like a sudden hard wind hitting head on. Then it begins the rpms starts to drop, speed starts to reduce, and if I press the gas pedal harder the engine will sound as it was starving for fuel and sputtering. If I pull over, cut the engine off for a least a minute, and start it back up the jeep runs fine on hwy again. I thought it only did this in hot weather, but now it's cooler and still does it. Things I looked up on here that could possibly be the problem, but not limited are TPS, Fuel filter, fuel pump, clogged cat, o2 sensor. Things I replaced so far are a new distributor cap and rotor, map sensor, cts, fuel filter. I haven't replaced o2 yet and cat converter. I checked fuel pressure btw and it's where it should be. Unfortunately I can't pulling codes cause the cel hasn't worked since I got the dang thing. Help or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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