It could just need a tune up. By that I mean new spark plugs, wires, distributor cap, rotor, and air filter. I recently had an issue with mine and it ended up being the cam position sensor inside the distributor cap. If you have access to a computer that can read the check engine code, hook that up and see what it says. I believe that Auto Zone and Advanced Auto Parts will read it for. Maybe try those two places. Not sure if that helps, but there you go. This is not a solution just a suggestion to get you started.
this frame can not be used for a 1992 jeep wrangler. the length is totally different. The frame size changes in 1997 and again in 2003. I am running into the same problem. I have a 2004 and a 1998 but the 1998 will not work. where are you located and would you be willing to sell the 2004 frame? thanks Joey 919-225-2132
maybe ignition modual
That is the steering damper.
my jeep wrangler carburator was removed by my mechanic and since then, the carburator has been malfunctioning. I even bought and fit a refurbished carburator and still rpoblem of slow running persist. Problem is, engine runs and stall, and very hard starting
You could, but you would need different brackets.
I doubt it I'm running 31's with stock wheels on my 98 jeep wrangler & they rub when I try to turn to sharp.
This is a common problem if you are running larger tires. The tires could be rubbing on a hard sharp turn.
If it will shift when the engine is off, but not while it is running your clutch is not working
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Well, I have an 89 jeep wrangler with a really bad oil leak, and I just found it, it's the oil pressure switch. I can see the oil leaking with the motor running. I called my favorite mechanic and he said definitely, that's the problem. I'm off to replace it now.
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That is no small job, engine controls, transmission, and running gear are all different, but will it physically fit, yes.
you just suck at a stick shift
Above 20 psi at idleBelow 80 psi at running
turn on the running lights and pull out on the multi switch.
Is your Check Engine light on? If so, I suggest running the self-diagnostic procedure with your ECU. It might indicate a bad fuel injector, which have a tendency to work sporadically when they are failing. This causes a very noticeable hesitation, especially at cruising speeds. Unfortunately, this would be a costly repair. I hope this isn't your problem, though it's happened to my 1990 N/A on two separate occasions. Runs like a charm again when fixed though.
The simplest method to check where the problem lies, remove the negative cable. If motor still running problem lies with battery.if not running problem lies alternator .
I had those symptoms and finally had the dealer look at it. the problem was with my cooling system and temp sensor. the car was running hotter than the temp sensor was indicating and the cooling system was not working properly.
No, a defective battery will prevent the engine from starting but once it is running the battery will not cause hesitation. the the starter relay is disengaged , and the alternator takes over battery charging via voltage regulator . voltage regulator prevents power surges and prevents voltage fluctuation.
The problem could be with your cellunoid. They wear out. Its the part that produces the spark.
Yes, that's how fuel is delivered to the engine.
Sounds like the throw-out bearing