Re: How much are fuel filters for a TJ?
Alright...this has been said in other posts as well but here goes nothing.
The Jeep is driven on average 50 + miles a day. All highway. When I'm on the highway and keep it between 55-60 I dont have any problems usually. If I kick it on up to 65 or so it 'cuts out'.
What happens is it will start slowing down and you push the gas and there is no reaction. NONE. I have an automatic, and leaving it in gear of course keeps the motor running. If you put it in nuetral, it dies. Start it back up and it runs fine, like nothing happened.
I'm beginning to wonder if its not a fuel pump or some kind of sensor. The damn thing gets (no kidding here) 10 miles per gallon. 15 gallon tank, 150 miles running to the gas light. [img]images/icons/frown.gif[/img] I hear guys on here getting 16 and 13 and so forth, even THAT would help me. (33s w/3" total lift)
So far I've been told it could be a crank position sensor, (seriously doubt it, no trouble codes), fuel filter, and/or fuel pump.
I dont know what to think. I thought I'd gotten bad gas, but its still doing it, although not as often, 3 tanks later. I just had to rebuild the transmission, do you think that this problem could be linked to it?
If anyone out there has help, that hasnt seen this before, please let me know.