I have a completely stock 95 ZJ V6 4.0L. when i first bought it it stalled on me when i would turn. to fix the problem i simply put gas treatment in the jeep hopeing that was all it was. WEll it worked the first time and then my CV joint broke and my a/c clutch had to be replaced. the jeep sat for three weeks and i just got it back and i also got more problems. It seems that when i turn in drive with no accellaration it stalls and cuts off, but thats not all when i put it in neutral it limits the stalling and also reverse but it does not stop it all together
ANY thoughts on what it could be would be helpful
thanks in advance
well lets start basic, when was the last time you had air filter, fuel filter, spark plugs, wires, cap and rotor changed? it sounds like you havent had it too long, and if so, it might be a good idea to start with a complete tune up and see how that goes.... get the obvious out of the way so we can help narrow it down if its anything besides that
ok on your throttle body, yo have an aluminum plate bolted on with 4 torx bolts. off of that plate, you have a computer sensor screwed in there with 2 more torx bolts. that computer sensor is your IAC.
my recommendation..... remove the whole throttle body from the intake manifold, only 4 bolts, then unplug both sensors, IAC and TPS. then remove IAC, wipe it down, get all the carbon build up off it.
then clean the whole throttle body, especially the chamber the IAC sits in, should be filled with black carbon build up. get it all cleaned up and put it all back together... should make a big difference!
sounds a little complicated, but its honestly a 15 minute job at most. and this should stop the stalling, but i also am willing to bet your ignition components need a good replacement to help... and itll help you get a couple more MPGs
You received good advice above. In addition to the throttle body cleaning, replace all of the ignition parts (plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor). The parts are dirt cheap online and it will help. I had a random stalling problem, and it was resolved once I gave it a full tune up.