90 Jeep Wrangler
I can't get my Jeep to start. When I initially go outside to start it up, it catches immediately but dies out in a second, almost instantaneously. Then I go to try and start it again, but regardless of how many times I crank the ignition it just turns over and won't catch. It turns over great, and the battery is less than a year old and the starter is practically brand new (maybe a month old). I put dry gas in it today thinking perhaps I have water in my lines and/or tank.
Interesting thing is, if I go out today and try and start it, it catches but then dies like I said. Then it won't catch for the rest of the day. However if I go out tomorrow and try again, same thing happens. It catches the first time but dies right away and then won't catch again. Its been happening like this for the past couple of days. I tried starting fluid today sprayed into the carb (removed air filter and opened two valves and shot fluid down pipe for two seconds). Didn't seem to affect anything.