Just got a 95 wrangler the other day, drove fine. After I drove it about a day I noticed it would sputter some times like it was about to die then surge back The other day I was driving and it kept dying on me but would start right back up. Any idea what could be causing this? I was thinking of replacing the fuel filter and fuel pump to see if that did the trick.
Fuel filter is good to replace since you dont know when it was last. I wouldnt jump to the fuel pump yet. This sounds like a CPS going out on you. There is a test procedure if I remember correctly but I dont remember it. I am sure Que will be along shortly. Listen to him trust me on this you will save alot of money and headaches and potentially learn ALOT.
1995 YJ. 2 inch BDS Spring lift. 1 inch shackle lift. 1.25 inch JKS Body Lift 33x12.5x15's. Engo 10,000 pound winch.
[QUOTE=Magnum;14117863] I gave the Jeep the required offering of $$, sweat, and blood, and everything works fine now. -- Jim[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=ldso;16498409]. It started with a $200 axle, and a few thousand dollars later I was done :)[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Luuca;16122017]diagnose the real issue before you start going all Obama on it - spending mad cash you'll need for other important things.
Ask me how I know...[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Overhead;17658665]this is also my second set of RC springs this year. I'd rather spend the money again and get something that will last.[/QUOTE]
I strongly suggest troubleshooting this issue before throwing parts at the rig. Have you at least checked for codes as previously mentioned? If no codes, then test fuel pressure at the fuel rail. You can rent testers at most auto part stores. Check your fuel pressure while idling, then remove the vac line on the fuel pressure regulator and note the pressure change. Then shut it down and watch how quickly pressure bleeds of if at all. The problem with replacing parts willy-nilly is that there is a strong potential of installing a bad part in place of an otherwise good one. This costs more money and further complicates the actual fix.