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Old 05-21-2018, 08:06 PM
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93 renegade stalling

Anyone have any ideas? I’ll be going about 3-5 mph slow up to a stop sign and then my automatic inline will freeze up almost like stalling. I’ll pull over put it in park and start her up and she turns over just fine. Has anyone had this happen to them and does anyone know any fixes? Thanks in advance!

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What have you done as far as diagnostics or attempts to fix it?

Do you have a Factory service Manual?

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Old 05-29-2018, 10:31 AM
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So I’ve changed the spark plugs and distributor cap. Yesterday I changed the fuel filter. The only thing I can think of is the fuel pump I’m about to order that. I drove her two miles this morning and she stalled out about 8 times, I think the engine is starving for fuel. Any other ideas on what to fix? When I check the fuel line on the block it has pressure.
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On the main YJ tech forum page there's a sticky thread started by MudMagnetYJ. For free access to a Factory Service Manual, open that thread, then click on the link in his signature titled 'service manuals'. Follow that thread to find the FSM for your year Jeep. Then search that manual for fuel injection diagnostics for whatever engine you have.

In order for your Jeep to run properly you need a specific fuel pressure. In order to determine your fuel pressure, you need a gauge. OTC makes a decent one.
Simply having an amount of pressure when you tickle the Schrader valve won't tell you if you have the necessary proper fuel pressure.

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