my 93 YJ 2.5L with 100K miles is not starting up. The other day, I was leaving to work it started but started hesitating and would stall. During my 5 mile trip to work it stalled 8/9 times and would start back up after few seconds. But I had to get it towed because in the evening it wouldn't start.
So it when I try to crank it tries to start the engine but looks like the engine dies right away. FUel pump is working fine, I hear the sound everytime I key in. I also checked the knob(for attaching fuel presseure gauage) on injector rail by pressing it with a key, it squirts the fuel so pressure is good.
I noticed little oil in air filter and throttle body. It looks like there is slight leak from valve cover gasket and the oil is getting into intake. I tried clen the throttle by sparying MAF sensor cleaner, sure enough after few cranks, it fired up and died again. It would fire up but die again after wards. I also noticed the the rubber adapter craked on (the little pipe that runs from front of jeep on driver side of injector rail to throttle body).
It seems like if take the inatke out and clean it and throttle body it might work, and I have to fix the valave cover gasket as well.
What you guys would advise?
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