I had the same problem with my '03 and discovered the selector knob was broken, replaced it and that fixed the problem.
i had similar problem with 99 wrangler and if its the relay its located in the fuse box.
I had the same problem with a jeep wrangler and I replaced the throttle position sensor and that solved my problem.
Maybe a O2 censor.
well, i had this problem wasnt on a wrangler, but it was on a 92 Cherokee sport. anyways... after pulling my hair out for hours it was a simple...IT was the rear defrost fuse. Why that one?... i dunno, but i caused an electrical problem w/ my starter
There are a couple of reasons why a Jeep Wrangler may be sputtering. There could be a problem with the sensors or a problem with the fuel lines.
I have a 99 Jeep Wrangler Sport. My wipers would somtimes work, other times not. Now they don't work at all. Checked the fuse and replaced the switch with a brand new one, still nothing. My guess, if you have the same problem, is that the wiper motor has burned out.
it will fit no problem
The problem is your rack and pinion .
Yes, that should fit no problem
The 1994 Jeep Wrangler that will not start and is having the auto shutdown relay clicking, is having a problem with the auto shutdown relay switch. The switch needs to be replaced because this is what is stopping the vehicle from starting.
I had the same problem with my 1988 jeep wrangler and all I did was change the rear left bulb and never had the problem again.
I had a similar problem with my 1998 4.0L wrangler where it would take alot of cranking to start warm but start pretty well when cold. My problem was the fuel pressure regulator was busted. I had to have the fuel sending unit replaced to fix the problem. Also, before you do anything else, check for carbon deposits in your throttle body, that could be contributing to the problem.
If you've already checked all of the bulbs and the fuses (to include the maxi-fuses under the hood), it might be your multifunction switch. I had the same problem, and had to take my Jeep to a pro to diagnose it.
i have the same problem, already replaced the switch. Its the motor. its around $90 new
the problem is the switches themselves, just poorly designed.
Usually a problem with the emission control system - have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
I have the same problem with my 1998 wrangler, I have been told it is the Multi-function switch in the steering column, but I have not changed it yet, can't seem to find it at local auto parts store!
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
The problem is most likely the timing is off.
i had the same problem-the linkage..
Been there before. The problem will be in one of the fuel injectors.
Head Gasket failure or intake gasket Dexcool is the culprit, had to replace mine.
I had one do this and I had to change the brake calipers. Problem was gone.
the timing is off make sure that you timed it to piston #1 i have a 1991 wrangler that had the same problem when i rebuilt it.