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my 1996 jeep grand cherokee lmtd. won't start did tune up. cranks but
no fire. please help. engine code 54 shows up . cam shaft positioning
no signal. . tested all circuit. changed cam shaft positioning sensor
twice.still cranks did start once ran for 5 min. changed the sensor
again. no luck. help please. keith
Well Bruno it sounds like you lost freon from your a/c system.The cabin filter wont restrict you from getting cold air.Check that your a/c clutch engages when you turn it on.if it dont you need freon and have to check for leaks
Hello Dedi, I'm not sure I understand this correctly, but is it not possible that the 'Z' and the '2' look similar, so that is the problem? If the administration says it should be MZK, can't you put that on the documents? (even if they are not correct about the 'Z'). This seems to be the easiest way to register your vehicle. If you want, I will try to research further, but this seems the easiest way to make the administration happy!
make sure the cover is properly installed on the fuse block. it has to be water gettin into something thats making it short out, look around at all your wiring and make sure its properly insulated (no bare wire)