|07-18-2006 01:55 PM|
if you mean its diesleing....like after u cut it off, it continues to run for a few cycles, that would indicate its idling too high, timing is out of whack, or possibly running very hot.
i am not sure why holding the clutch in would make a difference on that tho....so...sorry i cant help more
|07-18-2006 01:09 PM|
|Wr@ngler00||It sounds like the engine. Some old cars when you shut them off it seems like it might take them a minute to turn off. Almost like the engine is trying to fire. But it sounds like a sputtering when i shut the jeep off, unless i hold the clutch in, then the jeep doesnt make the noise?????????|
|07-18-2006 07:45 AM|
|whitebuffalo||explain what you mean by sputtering noise. how long is it? how loud is it? where does it sound like its coming from?|
|07-18-2006 12:51 AM|
|Wr@ngler00||thanks for your response man. Can you tell me what this could possibly be? I know i should get a tune up anyway, but do you know what the cause might be?|
|07-17-2006 10:26 PM|
|bluvikng||Sounds like a good time for a complete tune-up.|
|07-17-2006 10:03 PM|
|07-15-2006 01:33 AM|
Sputtering when shutting off jeep
My tj makes a wierd sputtering noise when i turn it off, but if i hold the clutch in and then cut the jeep off it doesn't make the noise. Any suggestions???