'92 4.0L misfiring badly when clutch is depressed
I just finished putting in a new clutch on my '92 Jeep wrangler YJ. It's a 4.0L with a 5 speed manual tranny. Ran it around the block the first time and all was good. Ran it around the block a second time and it started misfiring badly. Stopped, took it out of gear and released the clutch pedal and the mis-firing stopped and the idle smoothed out. Pushed the clutch pedal back in and it started mis-firing badly. Also, installed (prior) new plugs, wires, dist. cap and rotor. Idles great! revving it up w/o clutch disengaged sounds great. With clutch pedal in hard to keep running/mis-firing.
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Originally Posted by wellsdave View Post
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X2 the O2 sensor and VSS! Does it change as the engine warms up? When it is cold it doesn't use the O2 sensor so if your drive around the block is enough to let it warm up and go into closed loop and use the O2 sensor and the syptoms change then definitely the O2. The VSS is pretty consistent and it could be it shorting.
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