my dad in CA sent me this email about his stock 1992 wrangler with 2.5L:
"jeep starts OK in the morning but when I pull out on 44 it wants to stall. I have to rev it up a few times as it seems to be choking out before it'll go. Then as I drive down the road it seems to almost die between shifts. Today at the post office when I tried to restart it, it seemed like it was flooded and wouldn't start. Fortunately I tried flooring the gas pedal and it started OK. Everything is fine once it warms up. I just tried restarting it just now and everything was fine. It seems like a choke problem but it's fuel injected. It's been getting steadily worse since last winter."
I have an 88' YJ with a carb soooo, I assumed it was a choke issue.
Any ideas would be great, and I suggested my dad join this great forum