x2 on the above post. What are the specs on your jeep?
Need some info on the jeep what is it?
What other info would you like?
It's a Jeep Wrangler Laredo Inline 6 4x4 1988 with 93k miles Manual Transmission. He did some checking yesterday and now believes it's not the timing chain and that it's in time, but he thinks there some sort of "module" on the jeep that controls fuel system, in this case the carburetor.
what made you believe that its the timing chain?
The car has been having idle problems in the past but it had to do with some valve in the carburetor that was missing some sort of seal and that fixed that problem. He's also adjusted the little dials it has in the carburetor so it didn't turn off, next to that we had replaced the clutch master cylinder and it's been running fine for months, till we install the car radio and now this little problem happened.
It could have stopped for alot of reasons other then the timing chain. Have you checked for spark and fuel?
Could you clarify better on what you mean by this? From what I've seen him work on, he really just check the carburetor that it's obviously supplying the fuel right and that the starter is good (which was bought recently).
Now I will say and I am sure most of you will look at this post with a frown
but the Jeep had been sitting in the parking lot for almost 5 years with no maintenance and it just being turn off and on once in a while. Obviously from sitting there components took beating from the sun and the weather. I am starting to believe he's stumped on why the jeep won't start now.
It cranks that's where it's at now.
Does this Jeep Wrangler have some sort of ECM?