Having problems with your 1988 Jeep Cherokee ?

Losing power when I accelorate.

\015 I just changed my MAP sensor on my 1988 Jeep Cherokee and I am still losing power going up hills. What else needs to be replaced inorder to fix this problem that isn't expensive?\015 Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 20-11-2017

Answers :

Fuel filter is the main culprit when you lose power going uphill. Going level or downhill means that the engine doesn't have to work all that hard and doesn't demand much fuel, so a partially clogged filter can usually flow enough to allow the car to run smoothly. Going uphill requires signficantly more fuel, and if the filter is clogged up, it won't be able to flow enough fuel. This will bog the car down and cause you to lose speed. Change your fuel filter.
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