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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Not in a tj.

    Pull your spark plugs and check them for any evidence. Start with running through the basic tuneup stuff if you don’t have codes.

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    I️ will do that and see what I️ can find thanks for the help


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    Quote Originally Posted by Snboarder113 View Post
    Are you referring to the cheap fabric at the bottom of the fuel pump in the fuel tank that needs to be dropped out to access it?That’s not where I would want to start...
    Does it only hesitate when idling or when driving as well? Any codes come up?


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    It will be driving perfectly fine and then randomly cut throttle and then come right back and be fine. And while I’m at idle for a bit, rpm will drop and almost die and the “check gauges” light comes on. The oil pressure drops almost to zero then it saves itself.


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    Check your battery and ground connections while you’re at it. Check gauge light means you’ve likely angered the electrical gods. Scan it for codes, see if you get any weird ones like circuit too low/high


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    Yes! Start at the battery cables. Something is loose.

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    Maybe CPS?


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    Hey guys. I’m having the same problem on my 07 LJ rubi. I have 80k miles on it. I was wondering if it could be the fuel pump going bad? Or the oil pump is going out?


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    Quote Originally Posted by danielk37 View Post
    Hey guys. I’m having the same problem on my 07 LJ rubi. I have 80k miles on it. I was wondering if it could be the fuel pump going bad? Or the oil pump is going out?


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    If you have the same problems I would suggest the same answers above..


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