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Unread 07-18-2014, 07:45 PM   #58231
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The plugs all looked healthy. What might cause the motor to get higher compression?

I want to put a timing light on it and see what that shows me but the timing isn't manually adjustable. What does control the timing and or advance on a tbi 2.5 ?

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The timing is controlled by the engine computer using signals from the crank position sensor, tach, and other shtuff...O2 sensor(?). I think they call it a PCU or ECU.

Maybe the station had a bad batch of gas? It does happen.

In the old days it might have been carbon build up in the combustion chamber causing higher compression, but it wouldn't happen all at once. Plus, todays detergents or additives they put in fuel help keep the combustion chambers clean(er)

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Unread 07-18-2014, 07:49 PM   #58232
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Today, i looked at it, wanting to drive it, but being in the process of moving, the jeep got put on the back burner.

On the plus side, i received a couple decals in the mail from renewing my membership. Anybody seen these ones yet?? I haven't.
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Unread 07-18-2014, 08:24 PM   #58233
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Yesterday por15'd the fenders, rockers, tailgate and front bumper... today they got some rustoleum semigloss black. I picked up a shutz gun to spray monstaliner on em once everything cures enough.

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Unread 07-18-2014, 08:31 PM   #58234
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Yesterday por15'd the fenders, rockers, tailgate and front bumper... today they got some rustoleum semigloss black. I picked up a shutz gun to spray monstaliner on em once everything cures enough.

Why did you por 15 and paint with rustoleum, if your just gonna monstaline over top of it??
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Unread 07-18-2014, 09:13 PM   #58235
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I didn't like where I put the new motor so I pulled it back out and moved my mounts an inch forward.





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Unread 07-18-2014, 09:32 PM   #58236
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Why did you por 15 and paint with rustoleum, if your just gonna monstaline over top of it??
Por15 is on the bare metal as a final barrier against corrosion. Rustoleum is painted on the entirety of it.. because por15 isn't UV stable. The monstaliner is only going on the outside and tops of the fenders/armor.
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Unread 07-19-2014, 12:16 AM   #58237
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The plugs all looked healthy. What might cause the motor to get higher compression? I want to put a timing light on it and see what that shows me but the timing isn't manually adjustable. What does control the timing and or advance on a tbi 2.5 ? Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
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Unread 07-19-2014, 02:23 AM   #58238
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Rather than glue, I wonder how a piece of bicycle tire innertube would work as kind of a bushing to keep it from wobbling?
Just buy the bushing from Morris 4x4. Like $8. Had to do mine this year.
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Unread 07-19-2014, 05:30 AM   #58239
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The timing is controlled by the engine computer using signals from the crank position sensor, tach, and other shtuff...O2 sensor(?). I think they call it a PCU or ECU.

Maybe the station had a bad batch of gas? It does happen.

In the old days it might have been carbon build up in the combustion chamber causing higher compression, but it wouldn't happen all at once. Plus, todays detergents or additives they put in fuel help keep the combustion chambers clean(er)
Well the cps must be good or it wouldn't run, right? The tach seems to be fine. I took readings from the O2 a couple weeks ago that looked good. Hopefully it's not the computer.

I thought I had picked up a tank of bad gas a week or 2 ago but I filled up at a few different stations since then and it seemed to be getting better. Then when I filled up with premium, the issue went away. Filled up with regular again and immediately spits and spudders almost worse than before




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Check your fuel filter!!!
That was my first guess that maybe a couple weeks ago I did pick up bad gas and it gummed the filter up but it ran so good on premium I was starting to look for another answer.

I'll be heading to the garage soon to change the filter and see if I can figure anything else out


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Unread 07-19-2014, 08:23 AM   #58240
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Could barely start it when I went to leave for the garage. Stalled 4 or 5 times, was really hard to get started again and I gave up. Waiting for the tow truck now.

WTF is wrong with this thing

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Unread 07-19-2014, 08:25 AM   #58241
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Just buy the bushing from Morris 4x4. Like $8. Had to do mine this year.
I'm still liking the thought of leaving it in neutral or 4Lo when it's parked and taking it with me as a theft deterrent.
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Unread 07-19-2014, 08:31 AM   #58242
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Well the cps must be good or it wouldn't run, right? The tach seems to be fine. I took readings from the O2 a couple weeks ago that looked good. Hopefully it's not the computer.

I thought I had picked up a tank of bad gas a week or 2 ago but I filled up at a few different stations since then and it seemed to be getting better. Then when I filled up with premium, the issue went away. Filled up with regular again and immediately spits and spudders almost worse than before






That was my first guess that maybe a couple weeks ago I did pick up bad gas and it gummed the filter up but it ran so good on premium I was starting to look for another answer.

I'll be heading to the garage soon to change the filter and see if I can figure anything else out


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Yes, it may still run with a bad cps. When mine went out a couple of years ago it started off intermittently. It would run fine, and then all of a sudden it would stumble occassionally. Then it got prgressively worse until it would barely run at all.

And squishy has a great point with the fuel filter too!
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Unread 07-19-2014, 08:44 AM   #58243
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Yes, it may still run with a bad cps. When mine went out a couple of years ago it started off intermittently. It would run fine, and then all of a sudden it would stumble occassionally. Then it got prgressively worse until it would barely run at all.

And squishy has a great point with the fuel filter too!
Alright, thanks. I know I swapped the cps out a year or 2 ago so maybe I can get a new one on warranty.

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Unread 07-19-2014, 09:06 AM   #58244
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Could barely start it when I went to leave for the garage. Stalled 4 or 5 times, was really hard to get started again and I gave up. Waiting for the tow truck now. WTF is wrong with this thing Sent from AutoGuide.com Free App
Sounds like my 4.2 when the filter was clogged.
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Unread 07-19-2014, 09:13 AM   #58245
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Still waiting on the tow truck but god do I hope it's something as stupid as the fuel filter.

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