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Old 06-11-2019, 06:59 PM
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4.0 loading up?

My 98 TJ with 4.0, has 102K, occasionally loads up in 1st. Any ideas?

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If overloaded donít add so much cargo in the back

Loads up?


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Old 06-11-2019, 07:56 PM
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HaHa!! Nothing in the back. The carburetor loads up. With EFI there's no adjustment to it.
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What do you mean the throttle body (it's not a carburetor) loads up?
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Yes, I'm just an old school guy when all we had were carburetors!
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So, other than questions more specific to my issue, does anyone have any ideas to the problem? While I'm not a prolific poster to this forum (mostly due to this sites stringent password requirements),while I'm listed as a newby I have been a member for 9 years. I mostly am able to search for questions I have regarding my TJ's. Any responses regarding possible solutions would be appreciated?
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Yes, I'm just an old school guy when all we had were carburetors!
I grew up driving and working on nothing but carbureted cars starting in the 60's, bought a 57 Chevy in 65.
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Still donít understand what you mean by loads up
I grew up with dual carb Triumph cars and carbed v8 mustangs and Mopar but never used that term so not sure what you mean

Is it engine stumbles or bogs down


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