I'd vote for the injectors. Try a professional fuel injection cleaning. Occasionally run it up to 3500 rpm for 30 seconds in low gear to keep breaking up the carbon deposits.
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One per cylinder.
On a 1994 Grand Cherokee, it is located behind the driver-side kick panel. Maybe that will get you started.
if it is an automatic could be spark plugs or spark plug wiring...if a manual check the fuel pump
One per cylinder, 4, 6, or 8
They are under the coils, next to the fuel injectors.
It has eight, one per cylinder.
Well, you have spent allot of money and the problem is still there. It can be many things. My guess would be vacuum leak. Replace all vacuum lines, (cheap fix and probably needed anyway due to the age of the vehicle) and see if that fixes it. If not, Stop throwing parts at the problem and take it to a professional and have it fixed. You would be money ahead if you had done that in the first place.
There are a few symptoms when a car has a bad cam sensor. A few of these are sputtering, poor acceleration, and the engine stalling.
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.
It doesnt have carburetor it have injectors u should check the fuel filter
Yes, theory make a slight click sound.
behind the drivers side kick panel
If your Jeep grand Cherokee Snatches when you are driving, kindly take it to a professional mechanic to check it out for you.
Probably the upstream o2 sensor (could be downstream). Had the same problem, took me a while to figure it out. Easy fix. I replaced both 02 sensors for about $100.
Trouble code P0744 means:Torque converter clutch circuit intermittent
That's going to be on the end of the fuel rail, where the injectors go to the cylinders.
my 99 Cherokee has a header leak. i know that's a problem but im wondering if that's causing the sputtering. it will sputter on a good acceleration and after transmission kickdown. no backfireing, no hesitation. i replaced the plugs, wires, cap, and rotor and it didnt change the symptoms. if anyone can help it would be apreciated!
the fuel injectors on this jeep are located on the top left side (drivers) of the engine . one injector for each spark plug . if you know where your spark plugs are , you pretty much know where the injectors are , just on the opposite side.
Yes they can, if one or more are either stuck open or not working at all it will cause a misfire.
Gas is not fed through the throttle body on a 1999. The fuel injectors are where the fuel is dispensed.
Crank Position Sensor needs to be replaced. I had the same problem and that was the cure. It was hard to diagnose because of the intermittent nature of the problem.
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