Re: I really Need Help.
I think RedSand is on the right track. Considering how old your jeep is, the fuel hoses are most likely just as old. A common problem is the fuel line get old and hard. Soon, it starts to suck air, however, it won't let gas leak out. More than likely, while you were down in the mud, something moved one of the rubber fuel lines enough to open up a small crack to let air in. In other words, it acts just like a vapor lock.
For anyone that has a jeep older than 10 years, I highly recommend replacing all your old fuel lines. How many of you are still running the original factory fuel line between the gas tank and the chassis?
84CJ7, 3"lift, 32"BFG, 4.10's, R/ARB, F/Detroit, Onboard Air....89 Cherokee - New Project
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