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Just signed up an already looking for free advice. Yeesh ;)

Hello other Jeepers!

My name's Christian and I just joined up on this forum despite lurking around on it for some time.
I have a 2004 LJ that is largely stock with 31" BFG Mud terrains and a swing out bumper, among other tiny mods. It wheels great in stock form, but oh I have plans!

Anywho, I decided to join up as I have had my first mechanical issue in 78,000miles. Not bad for a Jeep I suppose, my old '87 YJ was an absolute basketcase, but that's a story for another time.

The question I posted is here:
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/hard...ml#post1133809

It regards the all too common drained fuel line problem, but with a fried catalytic converter thrown in for good measure.

If you can help me out, I'd be dang appreciative.
Thanks!

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