Well it wasn't the fuel filter...
'91 T-15 Jimmy, 4.3L/700R4, 4x4.
Jimmy and I just made it home from work. It made it over that scary-ass
bridge a good twenty times since it's last bucking and cutting out
incidence, all the way back to town. Idling at a red light, no problems.
Light turns green, give it a little gas and blah, no revs. No smoke, no
stuttering, no CES light, no warnings of any kind. Luckily it gave me enough
of a kick in the ass before it died to coast out of the way of that 18
wheeler breathing down my neck.
Just like last time, once stopped it cranked over until it fired, and died
again with a quick CES light flash (no codes, and I checked only seconds
later). A few more cranks and it fired up and made it home with no further
Jimmy and I are close to parting ways (he's looking pretty tired) so I'd
hate to have to dump a sizeable amount of money into it, but I might try to
get the winter out of it if my plates don't get yanked for being "unsafe"
first. I'm going to try swapping in a few more of my spare parts just for
the hell of it and hope for the best (ignition module, injectors, MAP
sensor, etc.. some of the stuff suggested before), but considering that this
is the first recurrance in around three weeks I'm not sure if I ever know if
I've fixed it or not. Any other ideas before I start looking into that Grand
Cherokee again? Thanks.