check the pressure at the fuel rail. run the code check and see what codes come up, this will give you some idea where to look. If you haven't gotten one yet, buy repair manual to follow thru the codes with. Post up what you find.
^^x2 You have to switch on-off within 5 seconds, then wait. The cel will stay lit for a few secs then go out, few more seconds then the blinking starts. I did it like 4 times before I finally gave it time to start blinking..
OkOk I'm a slow learner. But atleast I got it without asking.
Well that's a little too far for me drive down and take a look, but try to get the codes again. the instructions are a little misleading.
This will be going into the YJ faqs sticky topic for your convenience.
This topic ONLY applies to 91-95 YJ's.
Self-diagnostic codes can be obtained from your 91-95 YJ by simply inserting the key into the ignition. Turn the key to the on position (when the lights on the dash come on) then off, on, off, and on. It has been said that you need to go through key cycle in less than 5 seconds.
Now that you have cycled the key on, off, on, off, on, the check engine light will begin to flash. One flash a short pause and two flashes indicates a code 12, three flashes, a short pause, and three flashes indicate a code 33. There will longer pauses between codes when there are multiple fault codes.
If your check engine light will not come on it's fairly common that it's because the bulb is burned out. In that case just remove the guage cluster and replace the CEL bulb with the bulb for the seatbelt reminder.
When you determine what codes are stored in the computer you must disconnect the battery for a minute or so after you have completed the repair so that the code will be erased from the computers memory. If you don't do it the motor will still run badly because the computer will still think there is a problem even though the check engine light is not on.
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