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Q: Carburetor issues with jeep.

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The jeep starts, but then dies. I think it might be the carburetor.

I would ask for help from one of the experienced mechanics at YourMechanic. They have the experience and tools need to properly diagnose what is causing your jeep to stall out after starting.

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