fuel system I have changed fuel pump and filter and the cap and rotor the fuel gauge is pegged at full but engine is stalling. what other suggestions do you have? I have 95 jeep wrangler with 4.0

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Asked by Oct 08, 2013 at 06:23 PM about the 1995 Jeep Wrangler SE

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

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by stalling are you saying it cuts off when you try to move or are you saying it won;t idle ?

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it will cut off while driving. then it will not start it will just crank over

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you are going to need to determine if you are losing fire or fuel to diagnose the problem further. get a can of starting fluid and give it a spray and see if it tries to start when it dies.

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I will try that. Thank you one other thing my fuel gauge is pegged at full and tank is not full Any suggestions

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MY 89 YJ did the same thing when the TPS sensor went bad. It would crank and run good until the engine was warm. Then it would die and wouldn't crank until it cooled off.

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I will try that. Thank you one other thing my fuel gauge is pegged at full and tank is not full Any suggestions

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does the gauge ever move?

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it did but not any more

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Sounds like either the float in the tank is stuck or a wire from the tank to the gauge is broken or disconnected.

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Thank you I will check that.

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