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Less than 70 miles on this 09. This has NNNNOOOO low end power, absolutly nnnnoooo throttle responce.

Starts fine, runs fair if your 90 years old. Just no tjrottle responce, get the hint.

I found the Vap canister upside down next to fuel tank, didn"t seem like there was any fuel in the lines, so i ran it 25 or 30 miles hopeing problem would just go away. No such luck.

I checked fuel pressure,60, yes 60psi. Icut it back to 30 and now it seems like I can here it laboring. I also played with the TPS. no help. By the way, when i cut the fuel pressure down, it now hesitates and misses when you get right on the pedal.

I have to go now. If anyone has seen this and can help,THANK YOU for your reply in advance.I have driven a couple Renegades before which really impressed me( could use a granny gear however).

Thanks again, I would love to ride tis holiday weekend.

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Less than 70 miles on this 09. This has NNNNOOOO low end power, absolutly nnnnoooo throttle responce.

Starts fine, runs fair if your 90 years old. Just no tjrottle responce, get the hint.

I found the Vap canister upside down next to fuel tank, didn"t seem like there was any fuel in the lines, so i ran it 25 or 30 miles hopeing problem would just go away. No such luck.

I checked fuel pressure,60, yes 60psi. Icut it back to 30 and now it seems like I can here it laboring. I also played with the TPS. no help. By the way, when i cut the fuel pressure down, it now hesitates and misses when you get right on the pedal.

I have to go now. If anyone has seen this and can help,THANK YOU for your reply in advance.I have driven a couple Renegades before which really impressed me( could use a granny gear however).

Thanks again, I would love to ride tis holiday weekend.

Hi josephb,

Not sure about the problem, but I think the fuel pressure should be higher.

Also you ought to fill out your profile so we can all get to know you better, Who knows, you may live around the block from someone who can help.

Kinarfi

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Less than 70 miles on this 09. This has NNNNOOOO low end power, absolutly nnnnoooo throttle responce.

Starts fine, runs fair if your 90 years old. Just no tjrottle responce, get the hint.

I found the Vap canister upside down next to fuel tank, didn"t seem like there was any fuel in the lines, so i ran it 25 or 30 miles hopeing problem would just go away. No such luck.

I checked fuel pressure,60, yes 60psi. Icut it back to 30 and now it seems like I can here it laboring. I also played with the TPS. no help. By the way, when i cut the fuel pressure down, it now hesitates and misses when you get right on the pedal.

I have to go now. If anyone has seen this and can help,THANK YOU for your reply in advance.I have driven a couple Renegades before which really impressed me( could use a granny gear however).

Thanks again, I would love to ride tis holiday weekend.

Try disconnecting the main power from the battery. It's possible that the computer for some reason went into limp home mode. It will run this way but way underpowered. It's just to get you home if the computer sees something wrong. By cutting all power to the computer and letting it set for a few minutes, the computer will reset itself back to normal settings. If that doesn't work, I would start checking the sensors one at a time. The manual shows how. Of coarse the obvious is to check if your getting a full flow of fuel to the injuctors. Also remove the fuel rail with the injectors and lay it across the engine so that you can see the injectors fire when you crank the engine. They should each produce a fine spray. Actually more of a foggy mist then a spray. If they don't, you may have plugged injectors. If your getting good fuel flow then the computer is shutting you down for some reason. If the engine is completely spent, then it won't run too good either.

I always thought the Renegade had a low range which would give you a granny gear.

Lenny

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