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Unread 04-09-2013, 06:34 PM   #1
doubleS1
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Starting issues to much fuel

Have a 93 wrangler 2.5 when you crank it for about 5-10 sec it won't start but after you do that and go and remove the elect connection off the injectors and crank it again it will start and run till the fuel is gone in the cylinders.
So it's not a spark issue it seems to be getting to much fuel.
Distributor
Cap
Rotor
Wires
Plugs
Replaced
Good fuel pressure
Will try to start when carb cleaner is squirted into throttle body
Any help is appreciated need to get it running so I can drive it to work

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Unread 04-11-2013, 07:41 PM   #2
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Have a 93 wrangler 2.5 when you crank it for about 5-10 sec it won't start but after you do that and go and remove the elect connection off the injectors and crank it again it will start and run till the fuel is gone in the cylinders.
So it's not a spark issue it seems to be getting to much fuel.
Distributor
Cap
Rotor
Wires
Plugs
Replaced
Good fuel pressure
Will try to start when carb cleaner is squirted into throttle body
Any help is appreciated need to get it running so I can drive it to work
When you attempt to start it again, turn the ignition for a couple of seconds and if it does not turn over, mash the gas pedal to the floor and keep turning it over.

Does it fire then?

If it does it might be a Throttle Position Sensor or Idle Air Control sensor issue.
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