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1994 Jeep Wrangler hard to keep running

1994 Jeep Wrangler Starts out fine idles great for a minute then in begins to die no matter how much gas you pump. Sunddenly will go into high idle momentarily and the process will reapeat again. If left alone will do the same a few times and then die. Could be a gas filter but have no idea where it is or the fuel pump but maybe it is something a lot simpler than that, Help!

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The fuel pump is located in the gas tank and the filter is right in front of the tank on the inside of the frame. I have never worked on that particular throttle body, but if it has a throttle position sensor, that could be what your problem is.

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