Question about 1995 Jeep Wrangler
The first thing that I recommend you do, is to have your local auto parts store and have them run a diagnostic (which is usually free) and get the error code. At that point your question can be correctly answered.
Posted on Jun 04, 2013
Just had this problem with my 02 Wrangler. do this. put your key in the ignition and turn it on and off 3 times. do not turn it on all the way. after the third time, you should see a code light up in the odometer section. i'm willing to bet you'll see P0155. regardless, google the code and you'll find out what ails your Jeep.
Posted on May 23, 2014
You have a fault in the emissions control system. It could be hundreds of possible causes. You'll need to get the system scanned (Autozone will usually scan for free) to find the issue.
Posted on Dec 16, 2013
A strong odor of gasoline when this happens indicates the coolant temperature sensor has failed. When this happens the engine is slow to start at first. Turn it off and it will start right up. Also fuel mileage will be impaired sometimes as much as 10 MPG.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
Could be as simple as vacum leak or PCV valve, or bad gas cap. Also I think that 95 model year might of have used OBD1 computer.
Posted on Nov 07, 2013
Usually a sputtering can come from lack of fuel, too much fuel, lack of air, too much air, or timing needs adjustment. In most cases with fuel injection, there could be a leak around the o-rings for the injectors, there could be a leaky injector, your oxygen sensors could be bad, or even something as a fuse could be the problem. I agree with the others; have the vehicle connected to an OBD II Code Scanner to find the problem. usually, an "AIR" code would come up in this situation; which means "Air Injection Reaction", and would point to a system fault. From there, you can inspect a multitude of different things to pinpoint your problem.
Posted on Sep 17, 2013
There are over 300 reasons a car will turn on the check engine light. The best thing to do is start with a code reader and see what fail codes have been saved in the engine computer. You can get a cheep code reader from Harbor Freight Tools, or maybe borrow one.
The codes will give you an idea what is wrong. Sometimes the code is only a clue. Like if it says a sensor failure it might be a bad wire or something like that.
If it starts, then Auto Zone will read the code and tell you some of the things that cause the code.
You have the first version of the onboard computer, referred to as
OBD1 On board diagnostics version one. It was changed to the OBD2 later, I think 1997.
Posted on Aug 19, 2013
The engine computer may be shot? Check this by (hand) removing the coolant overflow bottle. Have a friend work the ignition while you check the connections to the computer. There are three. Gently move each connection up and then down as you request your friend to turn the starter on. Hold the connector up and say start, then try down. If you notice a difference, there is an issue with a broken connection within the computer and it needs to be replaced. The video shows where your hands should be.
Posted on May 06, 2016
Map sensor or ox sensor clogged up air cleaner fuel tank is bad and
Posted on May 05, 2016
Seen many people suggest the 'key on-key off 3 times' thing to check codes, and just wanted you and others to know, on my '98 and 2000 Jeep Cherokee's you don't have to do that..all you do is hold down the trip odometer/clear combo button while turning to 'ignition on' position once, then not quite back off, and it will show codes, starting with latest 1st, then next etc... So stop wearing out your ignition switches people..the 3 times thing was on older ones, before '96 I believe.
Posted on Oct 21, 2015
You can diagnose check engine problems yourself. I did it on my '95 Wrangler when my light was on and the car would sputter and stall and found that it was a faulty oxygen sensor. A quick and easy fix.
To check it, turn the key to on (not ignition) then off three times, ending with on. It will start to blink. Write down the blink sequence (for example 1-pause-2 would be code 12).
Here is a link to the Jeep's OBD-I codes.
Posted on Dec 14, 2013
This situation many cars have, may be use the inappropriate oil, resulting insolar term door for combustion play dregs, the engine will weight light, if not serious body nobody jitter goods speed is not stable, regardless of. Seriously,just cleaning solar term door is good.
Posted on Dec 10, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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