Check the connectors to the injectors, use a piece of hose run the engine place one end of the hose in your ear and the other end on the questioned injector and hear then click, if no click probably is bad and will need replacing
It is a rare case that the fuel injectors on a jeep give problems. If you are guessing that is the problem then that can get very expensive. It is best to have a qualified shop determine the cause of your problem.
No, that is not a problem.
spark plug or injectors. Try cleaning injectors or replace plugs if that doesnt work try new ignitions wires maybe there is a melted or cut wire. happened to mine....
the computer and the ignition module give power to the injectors.
More likely you need to replace the fuel filter, or your injectors need cleaning. That's what our problem was... injectors, especially. When you have stalling or starting problems. A fuel pressure test will verify the condition of the fuel pump. Like the above answer said, replace the fuel filter before doing anything. That may solve your problem.
I know this from experience. Your car will give a power serge without pressing on the gas, and it will die out when you start it. If this is your problem start with cleaning your fuel injectors, that might fix the problem. It cost about 2 to 3 Hundred dollars at a dealership.
No, the XJ Cherokee does not have the same heater box as a WJ Grand Cherokee.
In order to answer this you need to be more specific as to what fuel problem you are having. Is it a fuel pressure problem? or a fuel injector problem. I would suggest you go get the fuel pressure checked to begin with. That can usually tell you if the fuel problem is from the fuel tank to the fuel rail or if the problem may lie in the fuel injectors. A weak fuel pump or a clogged fuel filter may be the culprit. If your pump is good and the filter is clean, then one or more injectors may be clogged not allowing the fuel to get to a cylinder. The fuel pumps job is to deliver the fuel to the injectors, the fuel injectors are designed to deliver the fuel to the engine beit through a throttle body or a bank of injectors or single injectors made for each cylinder. Start with a fuel pressure test and see where that leads and then come back and repost.
i also have an 86 gt I've never had this problem but you may want to try taking your tank off and eithor cleaning or replacing you can also try regulator,injectors both can cause stress on the fuel pump if defective
bad injectors (01-04) injectors are warrantied for 7 years 200k miles because of this problem.
could be the relay.
blend door failure is a common problem on 97+ Jeep Cherokee
It could be an emissions problem or a catalytic converter problem.
I don't beleve that there is a relay for the injectors. The system has a fuse. If you use a test light check to see if you have 12v on one side of the plug. If so your problem is with the pcm. Injectors are controlled by ground pulses from the computer.
The typical reason a 1994 Ford van stutters without starting is related to fuel. Since gas is in the tank, the problem can be the fuel injector valves. Cleaning the injectors may help.
You can replace just one if that is all the problem there is.
We can take help with any cleaning service team in our city because they can easily solve this problem.
It sounds like a sensor problem. You can take it to auto zone and they will hook their computer up to it for free and tell you which sensor it is.If you do this and they find no problem,I would check my injectors next. hope this helps you out!
I had the same problem with my eh Holden and found that the carby bowl was dirty and the main jet was blocked. if its on a injector car try cleaning the injectors with a fuel additave Ken
Yes they should interchange without a problem.
My car did this. I took it to get the heads de-carbonized and the fuel injectors cleaned out and it stopped doing this. Most likely it was the fuel injectors causing the problem.
My service engine light came on and off several times, so I took my 1998 olds regency to the shop this morning to have it checked and inspected. I was told that two of the fuel injectors needed cleaning or replaced, but the cleaning had to be done by machine and not by using additives in the fuel tank. The cleaning will cost me $189. They will not guarantee that this will cure my problem but if it don't then I am looking at replacing those injectors for a price of over $500. I guess I'll see what happens....just wanted to share this with another olds owner. If the cleaning or replacement is really as costly as is indicated here, I think I'd look for a new mechanic. I had two injectors replaced in my '96 recently. They cost $76 each at Auto Zone and my mechanic replaced them (one at a time, a week's time apart) for a case of beer each time. It's really a job you can do yourself, but I think you'll need some Torx sockets to remove the metal rail that holds the injectors in place. You also need to take a good look at how the accelerator cable (and cruise control cable if you have cruise) connects. My mechanic put some Vasaline type of lube on the injectors before she seated them. Sounds like you could use a Haynes or Chilton manual. FriPilot
It is likely an injector problem which would require you to replace the injectors.
I had the same problem with my 1997 Grand Cherokee and it was the dash mounted automatic light switch. The problem was also solved by turning the headlamps on manually.