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Old 08-01-2010, 05:19 PM   #1
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Question need expert advice on my 97.

still having this check engine light on my 97 tj 2.5 it has 176xxx miles and ihave replaced the o2 sensors cuz thats what the scan tool asked. i drove around for about 90 miles when the light was off then it came back on once again. i have a intake exhaust new distrib cap new spark plugs wires etc oil... and both o2 sensors replaced. wha could be causing my jeep to run lean rich?

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i have heard i need to clean out the throttle? help
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