2.5l Sputtering. Bad Fuel Pump?
Alright so here's the deal.
When driving in the Jeep, I've noticed that it's starting to sputter.
As I get up to speed, the Jeep will act like it's low or out of gas. It jerks and sputters a little until i put it in neutral and pump up the RPMs. Then it behaves, but only for a little because it'll start to do it again.
On the highway it does it too, however not as bad. Maybe once or twice at a time.
But everytime it does it, it feels like I'm out of gas.
I read up and some people said the CPS, TPS, wires to the fuel pump, fuel pump, fuel filter, Rotor cap, wires, sparkplugs, etc.
I replaced my TPS last summer. I haven't touched my CPS, but is that even a feasable option? I'm not even sure was purpose that sensor serves.
I also replaced my fuel filter less then a year ago.
Replaced the sparkplugs less then a year ago, replaced the rotorcap when I bought the Jeep two years ago, and the wires are nice aftermarket silicone wires.
And as for the fuel pump, what I'm experiencing, are those symptoms of a failing fuel pump or frayed wires to the fuel pump?
The Jeep always starts up fine.
The fuel pump has no problem priming the engine with gas.
It only happens when I'm actually driving.
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